A second teaser has arrived for alien invasion flick Ombis coming in October, 2013, from DefTone Pictures Studios, and while it doesn’t show a lot, it does set a pretty nice tone for what we can expect.
Ombis is a 1950’s style alien invasion film in which a life form crash lands in Metzburgh, a village whose glory days are long past. It begins to infect the townsfolk, making them host to a supernatural virus whose sole purpose is to replicate itself. But the virus is not the only thing that has invaded this small community. A creature known as the “Nemesis” has also arrived in an attempt to contain the alien plague that originated from its home planet. It is up to a small group of uninfected survivors to fight the invasion and make it out alive.
Ombis is based on a short story by Adam R. Steigert and was written by Steigert (who also directs), Janeen Avery, Mark Mendola, and Terry Kimmel. The cast features Richard Satterwhite (Sheriff Thomas Brackett), Sara Manzella (Lucy), Jason John Beebe (Mark), and Alexander Sloan McBryde (Mr. Gray).
“The Ombis script has received rave reviews from the cast, crew, and others who have had the opportunity to read it. DefTone Pictures Studios has been given the first filming rights to shoot in ‘Silo City’, a series of grain elevators that are remnants of Buffalo, New York’s illustrious industrial history, which had its golden era from the 1830’s through the mid 1930’s. Currently these huge mills stand unused but are in the process of being looked at for future development, and we are excited to be the first film crew to shoot a feature film using this location. The Village of Angola, New York also will once again set the stage as it reprises its role from The Final Night and Day (2011) as Metzburgh,” says producer/location manager Janeen Avery.
For more be sure to visit the official DefTone Pictures Studios website.
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