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Friday, September 10, 2010

“The Dream of the Atom unleashes a Nightmare from Outer Space!”

TOMIC BRAIN INVASION


WORLD PREMIERE

PRODUCED BY TED MARR
WRITTEN BY GUY BENOIT & RICHARD GRIFFIN
DIRECTED BY RICHARD GRIFFIN

THE ORPHEUM THEATER FOXBORO
1 School Street, Foxboro, MA 02035

September 10th and 11th 2010. Screenings at 7pm and 9pm Each Day

Atomic Brain Invasion concerns a group of evil alien brain creatures who have arrived in the sleepy New England town of New Shoreham to kidnap Elvis Presley (Brandon Luis Aponte) who is putting on a show in the area. Thankfully for the King of Rock and Roll, a group of misfit teenagers (Sarah Nicklin, David Lavallee, Jr., Michael Reed, Daniel Lee White and Colin Carlton) and the town’s local grease monkey (Rich Tretheway) band together to try to stop these skull-less invaders from carrying out their nefarious plans. Will our plucky heroes be able to save the day? Or will Earth lose it’s most precious commodity – Rock and Roll!

With Elvis Presley, slimy aliens, beautiful Cheerleaders from Outer Space, hotrods, rock and roll music, and ray guns, Atomic Brain Invasion will take you right back to the thrilling days of the drive-in!

Directed by Richard Griffin (Beyond the Dunwich Horror, Nun of That), produced by Ted Marr and starring some of the most talented up and coming young actors, Atomic Brain Invasion is a loving tribute to the classic drive-in sci-fi/horror films of the 1950s. Scary, funny, and action-packed, but unlike today’s horror films, this one is for the entire family to enjoy.

Director Richard Griffin and members of the cast and crew will be present to introduce the film.

Running Time: 90 minutes
For Audiences 12 and Up.

For more information on Scorpio Film Releasing, and its various films, please visit:
www.scorpiofilmreleasing.net
(This is not an RIFC Production)

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