Press Release: Post-Apocalyptic Flick with Zombies and Aliens Inspired by ’50s Sci-Fi Shows (11-3-17)
Hollywood, CA – Giant Flick LLC., announced today that writer/director and actor Shahin Sean Solimon who is best known for helming and starring in the title Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (2014) PG-13 is currently in production on the Sci-Fi/Horror title Alpha: The Awakening.
The project promises to be a dramatic, character-driven ride about a man (Apollo) waking up as the last human on Earth. The project has many hidden metaphors and “easter eggs,” along with practical effects, CGI/VFX, action, and aliens called “Octaliens” in this mind-bending movie. It is also being filmed with state-of-the-art technology and will be a full 4K HD movie.
“I was a big fan of Rod Serling growing up. In fact, I would find myself cutting class to stay home and watch The Twilight Zone or The Outer Limits TV shows on channel 5 in Los Angeles.” Said Solimon.
According to Solimon, the driving force behind Alpha: The Awakening is its originality and idea.
“I loved the storytelling, substance, and characters in classic Sci-Fi TV which would drive the plot, all wrapped in a supernatural or sci-fi setting, so I wrote this as an original story with that philosophy in mind. I hope it will resonate with the fans.” Said Solimon.
Alpha: The Awakening is set for a 2018 release.
Press Release: From Spock to Hitler (11-3-17)
Veteran actor Stephen Manley has made the leap to film once again with a new film The Time War. Manley is know for his portrayal as Spock in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and a long history of television credits, including a recurring role this year in Tyler Perry’s The Haves and Have Nots series as Dr. Saver. He can also be seen headlining Ghosthunters, as Dr. Henry Tanner, directed by Perry Teo (Cloud Atlas, Curse of Sleeping Beauty).
In The Time War, Adolf Hitler (Stephen Manley) re-writes history as he travels through time. The film is set to release in 2018 and is directed by Neil Johnson, and also stars Tracey Birdsall, William Kircher (The Hobbit), Daniel Logan (Star Wars Episode II), and Aaron Jacques. The film is narrated by the late Christopher Lee.