Tuesday, May 31, 2011

WPX Redux

Horror movie 'Wisconsin Project X' DVD Release July 5, 2011 through Brain Damage Films

"Over the next few months, Missoula movie-maker Christian Ackerman's film, "Wisconsin Project X," will be seen by audiences around America and possibly even around the world. And nobody, but nobody, is more surprised by this development than Christian Ackerman...he's altogether shocked that "Wisconsin Project X," made on zero budget with outmoded technology in the outlands of America by people with no connection to the film industry, has been picked up by Brain Damage Films. The Scottsdale, Ariz.-based international film distributor released the film this week via video-on-demand services offered on cable services run by Verizon, AT&T and Bresnan, with a planned DVD release in the coming months."--Joe Nickel, Missoulian

Missoulian Article Link: http://missoulian.com/entertainment/arts-and-theatre/article_9197fa8a-7ccf-11e0-bfa4-001cc4c03286.html

Wisconsin Project X is a SciFi movie that will take you on a wild ride and scare you along the way. An experiment goes wrong at a local lab in Wisconsinville, Montana during the creation of artificial humanoid organisms. These man made creatures break free from the lab and create chaos for everyone in the town. Now the small town underdogs have to save their home before it is too late. The movie is slated to be released on July 5th 2011 by Brain Damage Films world wide, Coming Soon! So spread the word and Keep your eyes open for the release!

Christian says, "I got this idea of a zombie movie when I was in high school and called it 'Wisconsin Project X.' The movie was completely different then and I never ended up making it. But, then 10 years later, now I wanted to make that movie. And, after a couple of drafts, the movie became this whole new story. I got my friends and family involved and we had a blast making a great horror monster movie. Somethings to look for when you see the film; the makeup effects of the zombies are a combination of duct tape and traditional makeup effects. I really don't lie when I say the movie was made with no budget. We basically made it out of duct tape, spray paint, and cardboard. I also, shot the entire movie on a small Digital Hi8 Camcorder -- it is all I had at the time. And man it really works."

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