Monday, April 04, 2011

The Millenium Bug: When Hillbillies Attack (First Trailer)!

At the end of 1999, people hid in fear of what could happen at nuclear power plants, because of the Y2K programming error. Nothing really happened back then, but now director Kenneth's Cran's film, The Millenium Bug, will show what can happen if you try to avoid the Y2K. Hillbillies will attack!

This first trailer for The Millenium Bug shows the Haskin family attempting to escape "Y2K hysteria" (Millenium). Instead, they wander into some crazed hillbillies, who then stumble into some larger-than-live monsters. The result is an independent horror fan's paradise. Watch the clip below, for the film, with a release date scheduled for late 2011. Thanks goes out to Quiet Earth and the Undead Backbrain, for providing the trailer.

The synopsis for The Millenium Bug is here:

"When the Haskin family seeks refuge from Y2K hysteria in the isolated forests of the Sierra Diablos mountains, madness and terror find them there. Abducted by a vicious hillbilly clan, the Haskins fight for survival, but neither they nor the hillbilly Crawfords can comprehend the monstrous nightmare about to erupt from the bowels of the earth" (Quiet).

Release Date: 2011.

Director/writer: Kenneth Cran.

Producer: James Cran.

Cast: Jon Briddell, Adam Brooks, Christine Haeberman, Trek Loneman, Ken MacFarlane, John Charles Meyer, Ian Pfister, Ginger Pullman, Ben Seton, Jessica Simons, Sandi Steinberg, Benjamin Watts, and Dustin Yoder.

The trailer for The Millenium Bug is here and rated all audiences (some gore):

*free of CGI monsters, use of body suits and special effects.

Visit The Millenium Bug homepage for more info':

The Millenium Bug Official Website

Or the Facebook page for updates:

The Millenium Bug on FB


The Millenium Bug on Quiet Earth

The Millenium Bug at the Undead Back Brain

Escaping hillbillies in the woods is near impossible, within horror films:

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