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Ombis: Alien Invasion gets official release

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created 06/18/2014 - 10:38am

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Ombis: Alien Invasion gets official release, name change, poster and new trailer!

 

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DefTone Pictures Studios Inc. and Origin Releasing are preparing for the release of Ombis: Alien Invasion for the fall of 2014! Ombis: Alien Invasion has undergone a transformation of its name to Not Human. Origin Releasing will release the film on VOD this September along with pushing it out to retail markets in October.

Not Human follows the story of peaceful, rustic Metzburgh: a quiet village which was a former industrial town whose glory days are long past after the collapse of Metzburgh Grain. A meteorite crash lands in the peaceful community.  Glen, a homeless ex-employee of the grain silos, gets too close to the crash site and a chemical poison sprays out of the meteorite, enveloping him. The chemical agent known only as Ombis begins to turn his insides into a slimy substance. Glen is discovered by lovebirds Mark and Lucy as the Ombis begins to consume Glen’s body and spread the alien infection.

Shocked by their gruesome discovery, Mark and Lucy contact the local Sheriff, Thomas Brackett, who aids the traumatized couple.  The collateral damage begins adding up as the virus begins to overrun the unsuspecting village.  Adding to the chaos, a mysterious government special containment team shows up and attempts to keep order while trying to contain the alien plague.

Mark, Lucy and Sheriff Brackett are stuck in middle of an alien invasion where they must unite with the surviving townsfolk to take on ever growing army of mutated Metzburgh residents.  With time running short before the government decides to eradicate the virus off the face of the earth, the group must figure out away to get out of the town before it’s too late.

Directed by Adam R Steigert, Not Human stars Richard Satterwhite, Jason John Beebe, Sara Manzella along with co-stars Kathy Murphy, Alexander Sloan McBryde, Brenda Rickert and Aryn Fitzgerald. 

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