WHAT: Release of INVINCIBLE FORCE 5th Year Anniversary Edition (VHS/DVD)
WHERE: SEPULCHRAL VOICE DISTRO (sepulchralvoice.bigcartel.com)
WHEN: Thursday, October 20th, 2016 @ 11:59PM (CST)
PRICE POINT: $30.00 (US) for VHS/DVD set – $20.00 (US) for DVD
Many years after the original DVD release sold-out, INVINCIBLE FORCE will once again be made available to the public via ultra limited hand-numbered editions as a VHS/DVD combo boxed-set or stand-alone DVD. Limited to only fifty (50) copies, the VHS/DVD boxed-set will include unique VHS cover art hand screen-printed in special motivational silver ink, a package of premium brand name self-tanner, and a fashionable yellow INVINCIBLE FORCE “BRING IT” wristband (all proceeds benefit THE FOUNDATION FOR TESTICULAR FORTITUDE). The INVINCIBLE FORCE 5th Year Anniversary Edition DVD, limited to one-hundred (100) copies, will feature blasphemous new cover art and HOURS of extra features: lost scenes, director commentary, soundtrack selections, easter eggs, the DREW-BO™ proprietary workout program and much more!
INVINCIBLE FORCE is a detailed chronicle of one man’s battle against his own body. Captured over 90 consecutive days with a budget zero dollars using only obsolete video formats, INVINCIBLE FORCE meticulously documents its subject’s incredible transformation from slovenly man-child to infallible titan. During the production of INVINCIBLE FORCE lead actor Drew Ailes lost 35lbs (about 16kg) of body weight and his body mass index dropped from .27 to .085. Drew went on to become a lauded underground celebrity as a member of punk outfit Brain Tumors, cover model of Maximum Rock And Roll, and controversial music journalist boasting 3000 Facebook friends.
“I’m excited that more people will stop talking to me after viewing this movie,” said star Drew Ailes when asked about the return of INVINCIBLE FORCE.
INVINCIBLE FORCE had its world premiere at the 2011 Hamburg International Independent Film Festival where it won the GRAND PRIZE. INVINCIBLE FORCE went on to have its North American premiere at Olympia Film Festival where it was warmly received and it won the BEST SOUNDTRACK award at Minneapolis Underground Film Festival. INVINCIBLE FORCE continued on to a short but successful theatrical run and the press accolades poured-in! It was called “unforgettably disgusting” (Movies I Didn’t Get), “absolutely fascinating” (Film Bizarro), “a damn ugly movie” (All Things Horror), “unforgivable” (Brutal As Hell), and “interminable” (The Seattle Times)!