Joe Falcon was nice enough to point out this case study about another aggregator I'd never heard of called Quiver. The article is here:
Also, Jason got back to me again about Distribber. There's a podcast about one of their better-selling low budget zombie movies here that I haven't listened to yet, but am planning on it.
He says that Hulu is in a bit of a transition period right now--changing their deals up, so they're actually holding off making new deals there I think.
I really would like to find some other filmmakers with super-low budget movies who have tried Distribber, just to see what we might expect. Haven't found any yet though...
And as a note--you may have noticed me removing numbers in the other posts. The powers-that-be really don't want any metrics shared as far as minutes and whatnot. Getting kind of dickish, but don't wanna bite the hand that feeds, you know?
Especially when it's currently the only hand that's feeding...
As for Terrortory--while it's going down quite a bit in the minutes category, it's falling far slower in the countdown. It's still #16 in Horror, still top 150 overall.