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[NEW PROJECT] Daedalus Melon in Rebel Bikers vs Vampires from Venus |


Canadian filmmakers Warren Dean Fulton and Roderick Dryden Morrison are working on a new, indie feature-length film called REBEL BIKERS vs. VAMPIRES FROM VENUS. Details and links below:

"We'd like to share with you our feature film production. DAEDALUS MELON in REBEL BIKERS Vs. Vampires from Venus.

We have the necessary skills and experience in filmmaking to bring this campy horror comedy to life. We will be using cinematic quality  4K cameras as well as filming in a variety of other formats and using other cameras.

The film will have rebel bikers, vampires from Venus, Nazi werewolves, zombie strippers, inter-dimensional creepy clowns, horny orgying aliens, middle-aged genetically modified ju-jitsu gorillas, ghouls gone wild, to name but a few of the parties involved in this adventure.Here's a little about this project.

The idea to make a feature horror comedy came to us while we were making a 48 hr horror comedy film called BEWARE OF D.. for a filmmaking contest. The short film was written, filmed and edited within the given time frame of 48 hrs with time to spare. We accomplished this feat in a little over 36 hrs. Afterwards this short film, as well as another made within 48 hrs Güstov (about an imaginary therapist goose) have both been submitted to film festivals far and wide. Being selected to screen in a number of them, (in Canada, the USA, Germany, India, Russia, Italy, Greece and South Africa) and winning some awards. A few of the festivals include:

Independent Horror Movie AwardsBridge FestThe Strange Days Horror FestFake Flesh Film FestivalTuesday of Horrorshort shot fest, Blood Moon International Horror FestivalMonster Pool Horror Festival, Diabolical Horror Film Festival, Ravenwood Film FestivalBloody Hats Film FestivalNew West Film FestVancouver Badass Film Festival and Kino"

DAEDALUS MELON in REBEL BIKERS Vs. Vampires from Venus Indiegogo Link

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