Two Alien Trespass DVD Winners

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As you know I had a tragedy in my personal life that knocked me off my feet so I am a bit behind. This weekend I hope to cleanup alot of stuff, post some new editorials and more importantly pick more contest winners. This go around I have the two winners of Alien Trespass on DVD. The dvds are being dropped in the mail shortly and the winners are; Chris Wright and David Bell both members of our community! 

Set in 1957, Alien Trespass chronicles the tale of a fiery object from outer space that suddenly comes crashing into a mountain top in the California Mojave Desert, bringing the threat of disaster to Earth. Out of the flying saucer escapes a murderous extra-terrestrial creature the Ghota, which is bent on destroying all life forms on the planet. Urp, a benevolent alien from the spaceship, is the only one who knows how to stop the monster, but to do so he must inhabit the human body of Dr. Ted Lewis (McCormack) a noted local astronomer and with the help of Tammy (Baird), a waitress from the local diner, begins a race against time to neutralize the Ghota before it consumes all the local inhabitants and uses the human fuel to multiply and conquer the world! 

Alien Trespass was directed and produced by Goodwin from a screenplay by Steven Fisher and a story by James Swift and Steven Fisher. The producers are James Swift and R.W.Goodwin. The line producer is Warren H. Carr. The associate producer is Crawford Hawkins. The director of photography is David Moxness, CSC. The production designer is Ian Thomas. The editors are Michael Jablow, A.C.E. and Vaune Kirby. The music is by Louis Febre. The costumes are designed by Jenni Gullett. The visual effects supervisor is Eric Chauvin. The U.S. casting is by Susan Edelman, CSA. The Canadian casting is by Lynne Carrow, CSA and Susan Brouse, CSA. 

Complete List of Special Features 
-- "Watch the Skies" Alien Trespass Featurette 
-- "Meet the Person" with Edwin R. Burroughs 
-- Breaking News Report 
-- Live News Update 
-- R.W. Goodwin Interview 
-- Eric McCormack Interview 
-- Theatrical Trailers 
-- Deleted Scenes 

Checkout a making of featurette and the trailer for Alien Trespass right here

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