Wisconsin Project X Mutates onto DVD in July

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One indie film we’ve had our eyes on for a while is finally getting ready to make its home video debut, and we’ve got the goods on what to expect when Wisconsin Project X makes its way to your house.

The film, directed by Christian Ackerman and starring Christian Ackerman, Jesse Head, Joel Baird, Danielle Ackerman, Tyler Wittenberg, Scott Ranf, April Depee, David Mobley, Jack Kolberg, and Meredith Huls, looks, well … amusing to say the least. Dig on the clip below and you’ll see what we mean.

Look for the flick in stores on July 5th rocking two audio commentaries, a behind-the-scenes documentary, deleted scenes, and more.

In the small town of Wisconsinville, Montana a scientist, Dr. Winston, works in a lab on a new experiment. While developing a new type of preservative for the snack cake industry, he creates an artificial living organism. Dr. Winston creates a humanoid from the formula. They mutate and break free from the doctor’s laboratory. Now they have escaped into the town of Wisconsinville, destroying and killing everything in their path. A full out battle ensues; exploding heads, exploding humanoids, gunfire, coffee fire, body parts, and 80’s horror mayhem! The small town underdogs give the humanoids a brutal beating. They find Dr. Winston, who insists that he can make more humanoids. And he can make them better. Ralphie and his group of friends strongly disagree. Dr. Winston ignores the group’s concern and heads back to his lab. Ralphie and the gang try and stop him from creating more humanoid monsters. It’s too late; he has turned into a humanoid monster and fights them. Gunshots and a bullet hit to a main gasline causes a chain reaction of danger. A giant explosion and the group just barely gets away–but is this the end of the Dr. Winston humanoid monster?

Wisconsin Project X Mutates onto DVD in July

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