Theatrical Trailer For Sci-Fi/Horror ‘Ombis’ Ready To Take Over Earth!

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Last month we premiered the second teaser DefTone Pictures Studios slimy and cool looking Ombis, and now we have the full length theatrical trailer!

DefTone Pictures Studios’ Ombis is a 1950′s styled sci-fi movie set in modern times. It’s the tale of an invasion of an alien virus which lands via meteorite in the small town of Metzburgh. Metzburgh is a former industrial town whose glory days are long past but whose residents are carrying on with their daily lives: loving each other and living life as best they can. In the midst of this idealistic backdrop, enter the hideous virus Ombis, which is intent on taking over the planet Earth and changing its residents into a host for a new species.

The only thing that can stop Ombis is Nemesis, an alien from the same home planet as the virus who was sent here to contain the alien scourge. The Nemesis’ disregard for the human race puts him in a position to ensure that the Ombis virus will be eradicated since he doesn’t care about collateral damage and will use any means necessary to destroy his enemy. The real story of Ombis, however, is the human struggle of the residents of Metzburgh: to fight for their village and for their very survival.

Ombis is based on a short story by Steigert and was written by him, Janeen Avery, Mark Mendola, and Terry Kimmel. The cast features Richard Satterwhite (Sheriff Thomas Brackett), Sara Manzella (Lucy), Jason John Beebe (Mark), Alexander Sloan McBryde (Mr. Gray), and Richard Winiatowski (Nemesis). Also in the film is Lynn Lowry, who has appeared in such films as Paul Schrader’s Cat People (1982) and George A Romero’s The Crazies (1973). Lynn will be playing a vital role in the conclusion of the sci-fi/horror flick.

You can check out the theatrical trailer for Ombis inside, along with another teaser for the film. at the end of July 2012.

Source: Bloody Disgusting
  • flesheater24

    That didn’t look so amazeballs LOLLLLLLL stupid word

  • John Marrone

    Looks like MOLD! by Neil Meschino, only less interesting