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TERMINUS - Official Teaser (2015)

Storm Vision Entertainment in association with MADDFILMS

Director: Marc Furmie
Writers: Marc Furmie | Shiyan Zheng | Gabriel Dowrick
Producers: Brett Thornquest | Tim Maddocks
Cast: Jai Koutrae | Todd Lasance | Bren Foster | Kendra Appleton

Status – Completed
Release – January 2016


In the near future, America’s continuing involvement in the Middle East threatens to go Nuclear. A Failing Economy has left its populace desperate and disillusioned, but in a small mid-west town things are about to change forever…

When a meteorite drops through the atmosphere and lands in the path of recently widowed mechanic David Chamberlain (Jai Koutrae, Final Move), he experiences a close encounter that causes his daughter Annabelle (Kendra Appleton) to question his sanity. Driven by inexplicable visions, David recruits the help of young war veteran, Zach (Todd Lasance, Spartacus: Blood and Sand) to retrieve the celestial object and fulfill a task that may determine the fate of mankind. Pursued by government agents led by the relentless Stipe (Bren Foster, The Last Ship), David races against time to convince Annabelle that his mission is real.

US Distributor International
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"Worldwide Release January 22, 2016"


Full Point Films, Cut/Rush creative and MADDFILMS

Director: Ché Baker | Dallas Bland
Writers: Ché Baker | Dallas Bland | Sarah Mason
Cast: Jake Ryan | Stephen Hunter | Bruce Spence | Bolude Fakuade | Billy Zane | Jack Thompson


After a nuclear war decimated the northern hemisphere, the surviving population in the south become desperate and violent, competing for scarce resources. Society crumbles and an infectious bacteria threatens to destroy those who remain.

In an attempt to rebuild civilisation, a self appointed government called 'The ORDER' distributed an immunisation to the bacteria, via a massive Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP). Secretly, the Order also delivered a bio-tech virus through the EMP, giving them the power to control the population.

One man remains immune to the Order's virus - Jake Slater. Now Jake scavenges the wasteland searching for a way to keep his unconscious daughter alive, unaware she is the last child on Earth, and the key to the survival of mankind.

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