WOLF out on DVD

Video Services Corp. 



Takes A Bite Out Of Canada 

Out on DVD November 4, 2014


“A worthy addition to the annals of gangster films.” – The New York Times

An Official Selection of Fantastic Fest, and winner of the Youth Jury Award at the San Sebastián International Film Festival, Dutch sensation Wolf hits DVD in Canada on November 4, 2014 from Video Services Corp (VSC).  The DVD release follows a successful summer run on demand and iTunes.

Starring Marwan Kenzari, one of Variety’s 2014 “International Stars You Should Know,” the film provides an insight into a new generation of ruthless criminals taking over Europe’s principal cities.  Following his 2011 breakthrough Rabat, the thrilling Dutch filmmaker Jim Taihuttu brings us Wolf, a stylish and thrilling look at his country’s modern day criminal underground.  Using raw black and white, Wolf is the story of Majid, a talented kickboxer from a grey, anonymous suburb in The Netherlands. As his fighting prowess brings him increasing notoriety in and outside the ring, the worlds of kickboxing and organized crime begin to blur into each other, and Majid begins to lose sight of what it is he really wants…

The DVD is available in an English/French bilingual version, and its suggested retail price is $24.98.


SRP: $24.98 | TRT: 122

Street Date: November 4, 2014

UPC: 7-78854-21059-2  Catalog: WOL2105

Genre: Thriller

Black & White

Languages: Dutch with English subtitles, or French dub

DVD Extra: Trailer

About Video Services Corp.

Founded in 1993 by former rock critic Jonathan Gross, Video Services Corp. (VSC) is a leading independent all-platform film distributor with offices in Toronto and Los Angeles. VSC’s DVD catalogue includes “Corner Gas,” Sharknado, “Comedy Now! Starring Russell Peters” and “Spectacle: Elvis Costello With….” Recent theatrical releases include Union Square, with Oscar® winner Mira Sorvino, Alan Partridge, starring Steve Coogan, and the Israeli horror sensation Big Bad Wolves. VSC has an eclectic 2014 slate that features Cannes Selection Life Itself, TIFF Midnight Madness People’s Choice Award Winner What We Do In The Shadows and the horror film ABCs of Death 2. For more information visit www.videoservicescorp.com.