Archive for October, 2011


Fellow Americans,

We’re happy to announce that, effective immediately, the cost of membership to our CIRCLE OF TRUST (COT) subscription program will be lowered to $99 from the previous $150.

Due to advanced manufacturing processes (including the erection of a state-of-the-art, zero-emissions package producing facility in Tennessee), we feel that the decision to lower our subscription price is simply a “no-brainer.”

Elaborating on the price drop, our Highly Esteemed Oscilloscope Subscription Overseers Committee chairperson Bruce Farnsworth said, “In a time when Gray’s Papaya is raising prices on their ‘Recession Special,’ we felt we had to take the lead and do what was right. With our newfound ability to cut manufacturing costs while maintaining the same level of quality control and keeping production domestic, it just made sense to pass those savings along to the consumer or their friends. The holidays are coming up. I’m just sayin’.”

Oscilloscope’s Circle of Trust subscription is an exclusive membership-based group open to anyone. Members receive:
– The next ten (10) Oscilloscope Blu-ray or DVD releases at their home, one week before availability in stores.
– Access to the entire Oscilloscope back catalog at discounted prices.
– Exclusive invitations to special COT screening events and select Big Time Actor Movie Premieres.
– Additional complimentary bonuses have included recommended books, patented O-Scope pocket protectors, stickers, “Country Classics” collectible trading cards, and other stuff we’ve found in the laboratory.

*Current COT subscribers who have paid the initial fee will have their membership extended by five (5) DVDs automatically.

To sign up for the Circle of Trust or gift it:

Thanks for your time,
Oscilloscope Laboratories

About O-Scope DVDs
Oscilloscope DVDs and Blu-rays are produced and distributed in-house, and its paper packaging is reminiscent of the heyday of LP record jackets. All of the company’s plastic-free packaging is printed on FSC Certified 80% post-consumer waste paper and produced in a carbon-neutral hydroelectric plant.

Past COT films have included Exit Through the Gift Shop, The Messenger, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, and Meek’s Cutoff. Upcoming COT films include Bellflower, punk rock dad documentary The Other F Word, and We Need To Talk About Kevin starring Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller.