Tired of events on Zoom? Join Film Threat in Second Life for amazing indie film panels and events! Second Life and Film Threat have partnered to create a virtual Film Threat event space to host upcoming screenings and filmmaker panels inside Second Life. The space was first revealed back in July for backers of Chris Gore’s upcoming Attack of the Doc documentary as part of an exclusive sneak peek.
The first three such events have also been announced, with the comedy horror film Corona Zombies slated for October; the behind-the-scenes story of Midway Games documentary, Insert Coin, in November; and the I Am Santa Claus documentary following five professional Santas, scheduled for December. Each event, which will generally occur on the third Thursday of each month, will feature a screening of portions of the film and discussions with the filmmakers.
Film Threat inside Second Life features…
– A virtual event venue with spaces for screening, gatherings, food trucks, and more
– Panels with leading filmmakers, actors, Film Threat critics, and host Chris Gore
Film Threat-branded exclusive collectible merchandise
– Collectible and exclusive film-specific virtual merchandise for each event.
Corona Zombies – 11 AM to 2 PM PT on Thursday, October 28th
Inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic, Corona Zombies stars Cody Renee Cameron as Barbie, a woman who finds herself facing an outbreak of zombies infected by a coronavirus. Comprised largely of dubbed and repurposed film clips mixed together with real-world news footage, Corona Zombies is maniacal zombie exploitation at its best. Chris Gore will be joined by co-producer Bill Butler, and cast members Cody Renee Cameron, Alex Skuby, and Robin Sydney. Hope to see you in Second Life!