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60 Seconds to Die Will Overload You Soon Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Thursday, 22 September 2016

60 SECONDS TO DIE WILL OVERLOAD YOU SOON

The horror anthology has since reared itself into the camera eye again with such creations as V/H/S, Hi-8 and Theatre Bizarre, amongst others, making a few waves. It was only a matter of time before somebody, or many somebodies, took it to the next level to overload our senses.

Alchemy Werks (sic) and Sector 5 movies are releasing a brand new concept very soon -- giving filmmakers across the planet the chance to tell a story in 60 seconds. Stories such as Scab, Beast, Hobo, Devil, Corpse, Starfucker and so many more. 60 Seconds to Die could be awesome or such overkill it makes you tune out after the first few. Either way, more movies are planned and the makers are inviting new skilled movie talents worldwide again to be involved.

As for the unbelievably huge cast, there's newcomers and established names such as Matt Holbrock, Sophia Cacciola, and Stephen Wu who have grappled away on the overcrowded indie scene for some years. Sorry, folks, I’m not going down the gaggle of directors and writers. Take my word for it, there's loads.

Here's the 60 Seconds to Die Official Facebook Page link and a really cool trailer which shows the varied styles and ideas lobbed about within this padded cell:

 

 

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