IMPACT WRESTLING's Al Snow Battles Zombie-Aliens in OVERTIME - New Action Movie Now Available on DVD and Blu-ray
Guns. Girls. Zombies. Aliens…Cake! IMPACT WRESTLING's Al Snow works OVERTIME in the new action-packed horror/comedy now available on DVD and Blu-ray. Grab your copy on Amazon.com or visit your local Walmart!
Watch the official movie trailer below or CLICK HERE for YouTube
The movie tells the story of Raph (Snow), a family man and hit man who has trouble balancing the responsibilities of work and home. When he finds himself locked in an alien-infested lab with his partner Max (John Wells), Raph must find a way to save a small group of survivors, keep himself safe from a horde of zombie aliens and get to his son's birthday party on time.
More information can be found on the movie's official site overtimethemovie.com
“Overtime” premiered to a sold-out crowd at the Fright Night Film Festival, winning eight awards including best actor, best actress, best cinematography, and best of the fest. Since then, buzz has skyrocketed with the movie being reviewed on the geek movie site “Ain’t-It-Cool-News” and being featured on iconic horror sites such as Bloody-Disgusting and Dread Central.
“We’re so excited to share this movie with the world” says the film’s director, Matt Niehoff. “This has been a labor of love for over two years, and we can’t wait for the movie to finally find its audience.”
“I’m extremely proud of the work our cast and crew has done,” says the film’s producer and director of photography, Brian Cunningham. “So many genre movies these days are about making a quick buck. But we were determined to take our time and make something unique but reminiscent of all the great horror and sci-fi movies we grew up loving.”
VCI Entertainment’s new “IndieGo” label will release the ThoughtFly Films produced movie internationally.
The movie features an ensemble cast, wall-to-wall creature and make-up effects, and over two-hundred computer generated effects shots.
“We didn’t have a huge budget, so we had to find creative ways to solve problems,” says Cunningham. “The result is a movie that focuses on comedy and character to tell an intimate story. Filled with zombie-aliens.”