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When 5 friends go on a hunting trip a bomb hits Atlanta causing matter and time as we know it to be in flux. Banding together they attempt to reach a bunker.

Though, quickly they realize things may not be what they seem. 


Scott Hansen


Nicholas Garcia


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Scott B. Hansen


Scott Hansen has always had a passion for making feature films, and in 2013, he produced his first feature film Monumental. Written and performed by Luke Albright (Devil's Pass) and Gary Cairns (Hero Wanted), Monumental follows two young men as they journey across the U.S.A to honor one's mother by spreading her ashes at monuments she always dreamed of visiting. The film was sold and released on April 4th 2017. In 2014, Scott produced Until It Hurts, a documentary film about a piece of art commemorating fallen Navy Seals and how it has influenced a community. The film features Navy Seal Dave Hall and Wounded Wear founder, Jason Redman. The film went to be accepted to film festivals across the USA and won best feature film at Cayfest in 2016 and got world wide distribution. In 2016, Digital Thunderdome created The Possession Experiment which sold to Eone/Momentum Pictures for domestic and CMG for international distribution and was sold to 35 countries abroad. It also debuted in the top 10 in horror on iTunes for three weeks. The film begins when a theology student uses a fundraising campaign to attempt to prove if demons exist.The film stars horror icon Bill Moseley (The Devils's Rejects), Greg Travis ( Starship Troopers), and Mark Joy (Dogma). The film was also sold to HULU for a 3 year TV deal. Also In 2016 Scott jumped into the producers chair and made the feature film “Bully” starring Danny Trejo, Vincent Pastore and Ron Canada along with Disney star Tucker Albrizzi. It’s heading to Sundance 2018 and Berlin after that. Also in 2020 production finished on Scott’s new Halloween anthology feature film called “Bad Candy”. Opening to rave reviews the film has already been selected to over 22 film festivals a record for Digital Thunderdome and won best picture at Fright Night Film Festival.


Chad Law


Born and raised in the small town of Farmland, Indiana, Hollywood screenwriter Chad Law is the oldest child of Ed and Nancy Law. His love for film started at a very early age when his father began taking him to genre films such as "Stephen King's Silver Bullet", "The Lost Boys" and "Big Trouble in Little China". After receiving their own video camera for Christmas, Chad and his brother Evan set forth to shoot over 75 homemade movies while growing up, most of which he "starred" in and "directed."

Although he had always loved creating stories it wasn't until he had almost finished college and after he had just seen "the latest vampire movie" that he actually sat down to write his first screenplay ("Night Class"). Although it was never produced and Chad never developed the script further it did trigger him to write more. Chad's next screenplay, an action-horror project entitled "Daylight's End" went on to place fairly high in Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's Project Greenlight competition just a few short days after a rough draft was completed and would later be produced in 2016 under the direction of William Kaufman and starring Johnny Strong and Lance Henriksen. Chad's first produced film, however, the crime-drama "Hero Wanted", starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., Norman Reedus, Ray Liotta, Tommy Flanagan, Kim Coates and Jean Smart, went into production in April 2007 for Avi Lerner's Millennium Films. His next, "The Hit List", starring Cole Hauser and Cuba Gooding, Jr., went into production in February 2010 for Sony Pictures' Stage 6 Films.

Now rather well know in the independent action film world, Chad's other writing credits include "Six Bullets", starring Jean Claude Van Damme, "Close Range", starring Scott Adkins, "Drive Hard", starring John Cusack and Thomas Jane, "Isolation", starring Dominic Purcell, Stephen Lang, Tricia Helfer and Marie Avgeropoulos, "Beyond The Law", starring Johnny Messner, Steven Seagal and DMX, "The Shadow Effect", starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Cam Gigandet and Michael Biehn, "Hollow Point", starring Luke Goss, Jay Mohr, Bill Duke and Juju Chan, and "BlackWater", which re-teamed Jean Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren and grossed over 8 million dollars in theaters during its opening weekend in China.


Wayne Anderson

Special FX

Wayne Anderson was born on January 5, 1985 in Naples, Florida, USA. He is known for his work on The Predator (2018), Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) and Bright (2017). He has been married to Brittany Anderson since November 11, 2006.


Haley Dunphy

Special FX

Haley Dunphy is a specialized makeup artist in the film and television industry in Las Vegas and Los Angelos. After studying makeup artistry techniques at the  Makeup Designory In New York City in 2013, she came to Las Vegas to focus on honing her skills in the industry. In the last seven years, she has achieved becoming an artistry trainer for Makeup Forever, teaching her beauty skills and product knowledge, started a special makeup effects company; Nightmare Nevada FX and Creature Shop with her business partner, Junior Rubio. Specializing in prosthetic fabrication, creating creature suits, designing and creating full character makeups and working full time in the film and television industry. Focusing on hyper realism, expert airbrush techniques including tattoo covers and full body painting, as well as specializing in foam latex and silicone prosthetic and hair application. Throughout the years she has taught beginner fx courses, advanced fx courses, airbrush and beauty courses to help expand the knowledge of other artists in special makeup effects and beauty/corrective techniques.



Adam Boyer

as Adam Santos

Born in Boston, Massachusetts Adam Boyer had skates strapped to his feet as soon as he could walk. Playing hockey was his first love. When his family moved down to Atlanta a devastating thing happened... Winter disappeared, and with it, hockey. The closest thing the South had to offer was soccer. Throwing himself into the sport wholeheartedly he played in High School, College and Professionally in two different countries. Upon realizing he was NOT going to be the next Lionel Messi he turned to another love.

He started acting at Georgia State University in the late 80's. In the mid 90's he came to Warehouse Actor's Theatre in Atlanta. He became the first student in the school's history to earn his Thesis there. In 1997 he landed his first lead in a feature film playing Burton Bomhoff in The Reel Reason. Since then he has been in such films as Solace, Safe Haven, ATL, Halloween 2, The Change Up, Looper and Sully. He has also appeared in the television series The Game, One Tree Hill, Necessary Roughness, Homeland, Revolution, Resurrection, Nashville, Sleepy Hollow, Powers, Ozark and of course... The Walking Dead! But he is probably most intimately known for his portrayal of Sargent First Class Leon Wisniewski or "Ski" on the Lifetime hit series Army Wives.

Most recently he wrapped a new show with Jason Bateman called Ozark. Look for it to come out on Netflix Summer of 2017.

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