February 02 2012
Amber Benson and Adam Busch's Drones is available on Instant Netflix. I'm not sure when this happened but Drones is now available for instant viewing on Netflix (at least in the U.S.)! More...
January 14 2011
Amber Benson talks Buffy and Tara, among other things, on Ross Carey podcast. Much to say here from Amber Benson, in this very interesting interview. Drones, Buffy, Tara, and so on...
December 29 2010
"Drones" to become available through Comcast On Demand starting Jan 1. So says Ms. Benson's Twitter feed.
August 16 2010
Syfy breaks silence, denies former 'Buffy' star's claim. 'Human Relations' is not derivative of 'Drones' in any way, cable channel says.
August 04 2010
Is SyFy's "Human Relations" really a "Drones" ripoff? Amber Benson and Adam Busch stop by The Wrap to personally delve into the curious situation they find themselves in with their indie film "Drones" and the previously-mentioned SyFy pilot. And over at Airlock Alpha, the creator of Human Relations puts forward his side of the story.
August 01 2010
Syfy ripping off Amber Benson? It seems that the Syfy channel's upcoming project "Human Relations" bears a suspicious resemblance to Amber Benson and Adam Busch's "Drones." More...
June 18 2010
Dollhouse Composer Rob Simonsen Uploaded Another Score Piece To His Myspace Profile. It's called "Taking Down Rossum". In related news, Jed tweeted that he aims to release an album next month, which is supposed to include his song "Drones" from the Dollhouse season two episode "Belonging".
April 17 2010
Amber Benson and Adam Busch's appearance on Stupid for Movies. This is Amber and Adam on Stupid for Movies (they are introduced at about 44:15). They play a trailer for their movie Drones and talk about making it, and then talk about Muppets Take Manhattan.
February 01 2010
"Drones" reviewed by Variety. "Its deft farcical performances, witty script and sure-footed handling (by two thesps-turned-helmers) could attract a cult following via fest, DVD and possible cable sales." More...
January 26 2010
Drones gets high praise at Slamdance Film Fest. Slug Magazine calls Amber Benson and Adam Busch's new comedy, "One of the biggest crowd-pleasers of Slamdance 2010, this film uses actors and location to craft something unique in American cinema."
June 02 2009
New York Post article about Amber Benson's latest works. Starr Report talks about Amber's appearence at Mid town Comics to sign Death's Daughter's copies, and mentions "Drones", the movie she co-directed with Adam Busch. More...
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