Infection: The Invasion Begins

The  double award winning “Infection: the Invasion Begins” is released on DVD from April 13th through Amazon. Top horror magazine, Fangoria, calls it “one of the best indies I’ve seen this year.”

A mystery surrounds a small town that was wiped out on September 9, 2009. Now, sixty years later, Sarah, the last survivor, sends a reporter, Mary, a letter suggesting what really happened on that day. The government calls 9/9/09 the start of “The Modern Plague.” Mary soon realizes that her search for the truth may be harder to uncover than the lies.

Infection: The Invasion Begins won awards for best sci-fi and best actress, Kelly Pendygraft, at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival (NYIIFVF) last year.

Watch the trailer on Bloody Disgusting.

“The film evokes a host of impressive 1950’s forebears such as “It Came From Outer Space” and “Invasion of the Body Snatchers,” with an obligatory nod to 1968’s “Night of the Living Dead.” Variety.

“Fans of goofy monster movies should dig it, zombie fans should dig it, and for those who still tend to gravitated towards the old invasion films of the 50’s should definitely dig it.” Fangoria.

Lochlyn Munro (Unforgiven, White Chicks, Daddy Day Camp), Bryan Brewer, Kelly Pendygraft (Elizabethtown), Brian Guest (The OC), David Jean Thomas (Fight Club, Star Trek), and Mary Kate Shellhardt.

Directed by Howard Wexler
Produced by Bryan Brewer, Mark Brewer, Howard Wexler
Executive Produced by Carol Landsburg
Screenplay by Bryan Brewer
“Infection: The Invasion Begins” on DVD from April 13th exclusively through Amazon.

Inside Hollywood Examiner


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