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The zombie apocalypse takes Las Vegas
Published on Fri, Feb 22, 2013 (12:35 a.m.)THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE TAKES LAS VEGAS
Filming the Apocalypse One Day at a Time
The zombie apocalypse hits the streets of Las Vegas this Sunday. Zombies will be coming from all over trying to hunt down humans for food. We have verified that this will take place on Sunday, February 24, 2013 at the cross streets of Desert Inn and Valley View.
Although this is not a real apocalypse and the zombies are just extras for a film set. It should be an interesting experience to create the zombie apocalypse right here in Las Vegas. There will be approximately 30 zombies chasing 30 humans in two locations near the above mentioned cross streets. All of the zombies and humans were found via an ad placed on Craigslist.org. We expect an interesting and fun reaction from pedestrians in the local area who may just happen to pass by and see the mayhem take place.
The project is for an independent series called Vitamin Z. The series is about a few survivors of the apocalypse who get addicted to zombie meat and struggle to maintain their humanity. There will be eight episodes filmed for the first season, which will start airing on YouTube.com and HouseofDONProductions.com at the end of March 2013.
For information on Vitamin Z and House of DON Productions you can visit the website at www.HouseofDONProductions.com.
For further information contact Douglas Farra at (702) 429-1998 or via email at Doug@thehouseofdon.com.
House of DON Productions is DBA for the company The House of D.O.N., Inc. The corporation is a multimedia company that provides entertainment services and creates music, films and events. The main focus of the company is to provide alternate forms of entertainment while staying connected to the community.
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