Maureen Ryan of the Chicago Tribune reports:
If you’re on pins and needles waiting for the Nov. 24 debut of the Sci Fi Channel movie “Battlestar Galactica: Razor,” help is at hand. You may only have to wait until Nov. 12.
There will be free screenings of the film in movie theaters in eight cities on Nov. 12: Los Angeles, New York/New Jersey, San Francisco, Dallas, Boston, Philadelphia, Seattle and, yes, Chicago. The screenings will take place at multiple locations in each city, but all of the screenings will be on the evening of Nov. 12.
...Admission is free, but those who want to see “Razor” at a movie theater must first register at the site battlestarevent.com. The site will not go live until Friday. Repeat: The site will not go live until Friday. Seat registrations will be given away first-come, first-serve.
For more details see the rest of the Ryan article.
Ryan also gives her first impression of Razor and notes that she will soon have a Q&A with Razor's writer Michael Taylor. You can leave questions for him at the end of Ryan's post here.