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Stranger Says He Has A RESIDENT EVIL Film To Show You

The Resident Evil 4 video game holds a special place in all gamers hearts as the gold standard of the survival horror genre. It took the well known story line and what used to be traditionally creepy and created a new level of uneasy nightmare. Marshal Pictures is looking to capture the elements that drew the attention of millions in their newest short film, Leon : A Resident Evil 4 Fan Film

The film studio knows that this game in particular is a special one and is working hard to get the details right. From casting popular cosplayer and actor Nicholas Roylance as Leon Kennedy to consulting with super fans in The Resident Evil Fans Group this fan film is going to be unlike any other. The purpose of the campaign is simply to help cover some of the hard costs. Check out the campaign at:
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/leon-a-resident-evil-4-fan-film-videogames--2#/

“From prints to film credits, there is something for every level of Resident Evil fans,”explains Gregory Gray the head of Marshal Pictures. Gray has worked on nationally-released documentaries, feature films and television productions, including 21 Grams, John Grisham’s A Painted House, Respect Yourself : The Stax Record Story and the Netflix docu-series Last Chance U. Gray created Marshal Pictures to produce rambunctious genre movies.

Resident Evil 4 Sold 2.3 million on the PS2, 1.9 million on Wii, 1.6 million on GameCube. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is currently in stores.

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