Revenge of the Electric Car
filmmaker Chris Paine's sequel to 2006's Who Killed the Electric Car? is now available on DVD and videostreaming. The film, which was released in theaters last fall, became available on Tuesday through retailers such as Wal-mart, Barnes and Noble, Best Buy and Amazon.com. The title is also being distributed via video-on-demand through companies such as Verizon, DirecTV and Netflix. (UPDATE: Also, Hulu.)

The film, which was released in theaters last fall, follows the progress of industry executives and electric-car players such as former General Motors executive Bob Lutz, Renault-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn and Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk, and includes commentary from Wall Street Journal auto writer Dan Neil. AutoblogGreen reviewed the film here. The home-video version includes extras such as footage of a 35-minute panel discussion at the Tribeca Film Festival that included Paine, Musk, Ghosn and Neil that was moderated by actor David Duchovny.

Paine's Who Killed the Electric Car? documented the demise of GM's beloved but ill-fated EV1.
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Revenge of the Electric Car now available on DVD, streaming

The news many of you have been waiting for is finally here. The DVD is now for sale in the USA! We've worked hard to jam-pack the DVD with a load of special features and deleted scenes, as well as a 35-minute panel discussion at the Tribeca Film Festival with director Chris Paine, journalist Dan Neil, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn, and moderated by actor David Duchovny.

We are distributing our film independently and have a lot of costs to cover; so we first ask that you purchase the film directly from our distributor, New Video. This ensures that more of the revenue goes directly to the film, enabling us to take the film and the message of electric vehicles further! Thanks! And here is a complete list of where you can get the film, starting January 24th:

New Video
Amazon.com
Barnes and Noble/BN.com
Walmart.com
Bestbuy.com

Also on January 24th, the film will be released on these Video On Demand outlets:

Direct TV VOD
ECHOSTAR IPVOD
Verizon
TVN
Charter
AT&T

Stay tuned for more updates on where you can see the film, and thank you for supporting us and the future of electric vehicles!

Take Revenge
Read about our "Revengers:" people who have taken revenge for the electric car by converting their own cars, installing solar panels or charging stations, EV education, and more here.

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Request the film
Don't forget to request the film come to your city. We are still organizing group, community, and public screenings and want to show the film in your area!


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