Premiering at C2E2 in Chicago next month, Halo-8’s feature-length (not the shorts) animated epic Godkiller will be playing a string of theatrical events around the country before hitting VOD, Digital, & DVD/Blu-ray on May 25th. Gearing up for the big push, Bloody Disgusting has been provided with an exclusive look at the theatrical trailer for the film that features the voice talents of Lance Henriksen (Aliens), Danielle Harris (Halloween 4, 5, H1, H2), Bill Moseley (TCM 2, The Devil’s Rejects), Tiffany Shepis (Night of the Demons), Justin Pierre (singer Motion City Soundtrack), and Davey Havok (singer A.F.I.). Get all the info below, along with the trailer.
“The epic story of a boy’s quest to save his sister.
Based on the comic book by award-winning writer-director Matt Pizzolo and illustrator Anna Muckcracker, GODKILLER takes place in a dark-future after economic collapse, after nuclear holy war, and after Earth is colonized by alien races. Tommy and his kid sister Lucy live in an orphanage in one of the few remaining city-states, but Lucy is critically ill and desperately in need of a new heart. Tommy’s odyssey to find a new heart for his sister begins when he follows an organ-stealing prostitute named Halfpipe out of the city-state and into the savage borderland known as Outer City.
GODKILLER mixes unforgiving brutality, quantum physics, conspiracy theory, and secret history for an iconoclastic hero’s journey like none before it.”
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