Okay, this is something new for me. I don't normally review DVD's, and I've never publicized the DVD release of any movie. But I saw "Suspension" at Cinequest (read my review here--first review of the post), I liked it a lot, and the director Ethan Shaftel cared enough to e-mail me kindly asking me to publicize it.
Anyway, it's out on DVD today (May 27th) and you can purchase it directly from the film's website here. It's distributed by Warner Home Video, but if you purchase from their website they get more of a cut of the sales. Not that I have anything against distributors, but if you're reading about the release here, then obviously Warner Home Video hasn't publicized it well enough. So reward the filmmakers by buying direct from their website!
By the way, one extra thought about the film, since it has kinda stuck in my mind since Cinequest. They don't use much CGI, the frozen time effects are done mostly with practical effects and overlaying multiple takes with a locked down camera. Now this can seem downright quaint, especially in these CGI blockbuster times when even the most innocuous shot needs a swooping, motion-controlled camera. A static shot can stick out like a sore thumb nowadays. However, in this movie it completely works for the frozen time effect. When time stops, so does the camera. And besides being a technical limitation, it's actually an effective artistic choice. And if nothing else, the fact that I can still remember details like that about this movie proves it's good enough to stick in my mind (I've seen 93 movies on the big screen since watching "Suspension").