Many around the world are currently under lock down due to the pandemic, however, for one film making team from Australia, nothing could be further from the truth. Melbourne is currently under stage 4 restrictions, which are some of the strictest in the world but that hasn’t stopped David Black and Gerard Chierchia, who are making a feature film called “Toxic Alien Zombie Babes From Outer Space.” Instead of being locked in, they’ve reached out across the world.
The latest teaser for the sci-fi/ horror comedy film, Toxic Alien Zombie Babes From Outer Space has just gone live. Filmed around the world by the actors themselves, according to Black’s scripts and Chiercia’s shot lists, this is a film that satirises the major events of 2020.
“It’s been a year of craziness, starting with bushfires that engulfed much of Australia, through to the pandemic, with so much else in between from murder hornets to 5g tower conspiracies. Gerardo and I decided that we just had to document it all in a fast paced sci-fi/ horror comedy feature film” said David Black, the producer of the film.
Gerardo Chierchia added, “With the trailer … finally we can see some footage, arrived from all over the world. We work every day to put everything together and add special effects … our online chats are exploding, as we have contacts with every corner of the world. Lately we have been published in a local newspaper and it is a great satisfaction to see photos or videos of our work published. Besides me and David, there are people who put a lot of effort into their videos so I’m sure we can have something good quality as well as making something unique. We also have Will Angus on board as composer for the film score … and that will add something more to our project.”
Also starring in the film, from Florida is Joel D. Wynkoop, “The King of B Grade Movies.” Joel plays the character “Parsons Cooper” from his upcoming feature “The Craiglon Incident”. The scene he filmed is a cross over that will appear in both Toxic Alien Zombie Babes From Outer Space and The Craiglon Incident.
Joel commented, “I was first contacted by David and then worked with Gerardo…David told me what his movie was about and asked me if I would like to shoot a scene for him…I jumped at the chance. Years ago I wanted to cross over Lost Faith with Brainrobbers from Outer Space, it never worked out and I thought now is my chance to do it… how cool would that be? In a lot of my productions I have cross overs but mainly from my movies. Now my character Parsons who is out to save his world and other worlds has been given super powers to battle the aliens BUT these other nasty aliens have dragged him into their world. These aliens are worse and he is badly outnumbered and has no help from anyone…not even his friendly Craiglons….see what happens to Parsons Cooper in Joel D. Wynkoop’s “The Craiglon Incident” and see what happens to him in David Black’s “Toxic Babes from Outer Space”.
Destiny Soria, a Native American of the Kickapoo Nation from Texas plays Destiny Tala, a Bruja from the Kickapoo Wolf Clan . Destiny is currently working on her own feature film called “Christmas Slasher” and made the time to film a few scenes for Toxic Alien Zombie Babes. “I absolutely love making movies and being on set. I’m currently working on my feature film, Christmas Slasher that I wrote. I will be directing and filming next year. At the moment I’m working on some scenes for toxic alien zombie babes from outer space because I thought it was very interested and since covid 19 had closed all production and put them on hold. This was amazing opportunity to make scenes with him for his movie”
And in France, Giulia Key filmed one if the funniest scenes we have in to date. “The shooting has been made in Strasbourg’s old town, called Petite France. Collaborating with Gerardo and David has been a great opportunity to create an international movie. I love the Alien’s idea and David ‘s humour,” said Giulia Key.
Anyone can self tape themselves for inclusion into the film. The editor will add in the ufo’s later. Anyone around the world that wishes to be involved in the film can upload their own self shot film of their reaction to seeing a UFO. 5 will be selected to go into the film and many of the others will be shown in the credits at the movies end.
Toxic Alien Zombie Babes From Outer Space should be landing some time in November this year. We’ll announce distribution plans closer to the date, but can say that we are planning to give this film away free to any theatres and tv stations willing to run it. This has been a movie made by the people and for the people and should be made available to all that wish to see it.
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