Manborg Makes West Coast Premiere In April

Jason McDonald

What do you get when you cross a man with a cyborg?  An indie film from a bunch of Canadians (that seems to be a theme lately).  Manborg has been around since 2011 and actually had it’s first public screening in Austin, Texas at Fantastic Fest, but on April 13th it’ll finally make it’s west coast debut in Los Angeles.

Manborg is directed/written/produced/edited by Steven Kostanski who also happened to do the make-up effects.  Yeah, this was clearly a labor of love for him.

The armies of hell have taken over the Earth, and all that stands in the way of the villainous Count Draculon (Adam Brooks) and humanity’s total extinction is a motley crew of misfits led by the mighty Manborg (Matthew Kennedy): a warrior who’s half-man, half-machine – and all hero.

The special one day screening will take place at the CineFamily theater in Los Angeles and you’ll also be able to meet Steven Kostanski and co-writer Jeremy Gillespie.  Tickets are $12 each and you can start buying them now.  If you can’t make it out to LA, don’t worry, Manborg is coming to DVD on April 30th.



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