Independent production company MonsterBuster Entertainment shared with Bloody the poster for its first feature film, Invasion of the Undead, an 80’s-style horror comedy in the vein of The Evil Dead and Big Trouble in Little China. It was designed by comic artist Brian Hardison (“Run by the Gun”) and was modeled after the painted artwork that graced movie theaters and VHS boxes in the eighties.
The micro film is said to feature sword fights, stop-motion monsters, practical creature effects and video game-inspired boss battles!
Partially funded through Indiegogo, “Invasion follows Allison, a young woman who gets more than she bargained for when she enlists the aid of two freelance paranormal exterminators to combat an undead infestation in her new home.”
Currently in post-production, the ambitious $17,000 indie film will receive a limited theatrical release in October 2014 with VOD and DVD/Blu Ray to follow.
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