Bandit Motion Pictures recently send the horror chamber information about their latest film "Space Babes from Outer Space". The film stars Ellie Church, Brian Papandrea, Allison Maier, Alyss Winkler, and Josh Arnold.
They are looking for help in funding their blu-ray replication of the film by pre-ordering the blu-ray on Indiegogo. They've raised their funding the blu-ray but they are looking to reach their stretch goals. Plus if you pre-order the blu-ray on Indiegogo, your copy will be signed by Ellie Church, Allison Maier and Alyss Winkler.
To pre-order "Space Babes from Outer Space, you can goto: http://igg.me/at/spacebabes.
For more information on this film, you can visit the film's official Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/spacebabesmovie/.
Bandit Motion Pictures has released a trailer, poster and a collection of stills to celebrate the pre-order launch of their third film, Space Babes from Outer Space. The sci-fi sex comedy is available for pre-order through Indiegogo beginning Monday, March 13th. Premiere screenings will be held in May, with pre-orders shipping out in June, ahead of a wider release date. Pre-order exclusives include blu-rays signed by the leading cast members and ‘special thanks’ credit in the film.
Space Babes from Outer Space centers around three women from a faraway galaxy who come to Earth in search of sexual energy to fuel their ship. With the help of a lonely farm boy, they attempt to harness enough sexual arousal to return to their home planet, all while evading their enemies, the bloodthirsty Scrotes! The film stars Ellie Church, Brian Papandrea, Allison Maier, Alyss Winkler, and Josh Arnold (The Bob and Tom Show) with puppet creations by the Clockwerk Creature Company and a retro 80’s-style soundtrack featuring songs from Stackhouse and Glass Apple Bonzai.
Space Babes from Outer Space is the second film written and directed by Brian K. Williams, who made his directorial debut with 2014’s exploitation revenge flick Time to Kill. Space Babes marks a departure into comedy for both Williams and Bandit Motion Pictures, the company he founded with Scott Schirmer (Found) in 2016. “We want to make all kinds of films, and we’ll always be into horror,” says Williams, “But we felt what the world needs now more than anything is to laugh and have fun. If Space Babes can give people a little escape from reality, I couldn’t be happier.”
"Space Babes from Outer Space": Official Trailer