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Ben KingleyOscar-winner Ben Kingsley has joined the voice cast of Disney’s live-action The Jungle Book. He’ll play Bagheera, the black panther companion to human Mowgli first made famous in Rudyard Kipling’s 19th century collection of short stories. Idris Elba is already aboard as the villanous Shere Khan. Jon Favreau is directing the new Jungle Book from a script by Justin Marks. Disney will release the pic on October 9, 2015.

Source: Deadline


PC Players Join Garden Warfare’s Existing Fans In PopCap’s Hilarious, Critically-Acclaimed Shooter

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare (Graphic: Business Wire)

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare (Graphic: Business Wire)

PopCap Games, a division of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA), today launched Plants vs. Zombies™ Garden Warfare for PC on Origin and other retailers worldwide. Since its wildly successful launch earlier this year on Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft and Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system, players have joined in the trenches to vanquish more than 400 million plants and zombies. Critics worldwide have praised Garden Warfare, with Gaming Trend calling the game, “entertaining, accessible, and oozing with charm.”

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare for PC will contain an all-new co-op and multiplayer map called Jewel Junction. In addition, players will get the chance to play all the latest free game content including the Garden Variety Pack and Zomboss Down, a Wild West themed update with eight new playable characters, more than 200 wild customizations, and the Cactus Canyon Map.

“Fan reaction to Garden Warfare has been nothing short of amazing. We are humbled to see how our fans have embraced the game, and we’re very excited that PC players can now join in on the fun,” said Brian Lindley, Producer on Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare.

In Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, players choose a side and square off in riotous, punishing combat against their plant or zombie opponents, utilizing an arsenal of outrageous weaponry. Beloved character favorites from the franchise including the Sunflower and Chomper reprise their roles, and the game tops it off with a new cast of zany characters such as Ice Cactus and All-Star Zombie.

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare features four distinct gameplay modes including 2 – 4 player co-op, 12 vs. 12 competitive multiplayer called “Gardens & Graveyards” and “Team Vanquish,” as well as 8v8 “Gnome Bomb”.

Exclusive to the PC launch, players can also purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition on Origin, which includes two Booster Packs, 150,000 in-game coins and an exclusive character customization pack.

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare will also be available on PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®3 on August 19 worldwide.

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From hit biographies and political hot topics to breakthrough novels and trilogies, Amazon Books Editors share their picks for the best new titles of the year to help customers get the most out of the summer reading season

Today announced its annual list of the Best Books of the Year So Far, a midyear retrospective that highlights the must-reads released between January and June 2014. The titles were hand-picked and ranked by Amazon’s expert team of Books Editors, who awarded the top spot to Adam Begley’s Updike, with The Book of Unknown Americans: A novel and Redeployment following close behind.

“It’s never easy to narrow down our favorites, but after much debate and discussion, we’ve arrived at a list that will fit every customer’s summer reading agenda—whether you’re headed to the beach, traveling the world or enjoying a staycation,” said Sara Nelson, Editorial Director of Print and Kindle Books at “Updike may seem like an unusual choice for our number one pick, but it’s poised to be one of the best biographies of 2014. It’s a candid, enthralling book that readers won’t be able to put down.”

The Amazon Books Editors’ picks for the Top 10 Best Books of the Year So Far are:

1. Updike by Adam Begley: This biography of the American master goes far beyond simple chronology of this complex (and often paradoxical) character, layering on the lit crit where his real life bled into his novels. Detailed and compulsively readable, Updike is essential for admirers, and illuminating for anyone with an interest in literature.

2. The Book of Unknown Americans: A novel by Cristina Henríquez: Henríquez’s powerful novel captures readers with the quiet beauty of her characters and their profoundly rendered experiences as immigrants in America. Following nine families who arrived in the States from South and Central America, Henríquez has crafted a novel that is inspiring, tragic, brave, and unforgettable.

3. Redeployment by Phil Klay: The strength of Klay’s stories, all about the Iraq War or its aftermath, lies in his unflinching, un-PC point of view, even for the soldiers he so clearly identifies with and admires. These stories are at least partly autobiographical, and yet, for all their verisimilitude, they’re also shaped by an undefinable thing called art.

4. Euphoria by Lily King: Loosely based on the life of the anthropologist Margaret Mead, Euphoria is both romantic and intelligent. It is the best kind of historical novel—the kind that will send readers running to learn more about its real-life inspiration.

5. No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State by Glenn Greenwald: Both a tense account of Greenwald’s cloak-and dagger encounters with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and a blistering commentary on surveillance in a free society, No Place to Hide is thrilling and enlightening, a bellwether moment in a crucial debate.

6. In Paradise: A Novel by Peter Matthiessen: Three-time National Book Award winner Matthiessen set his final story in a mid-’90s spiritual retreat at Auschwitz, exploring the sadness, horror, and absurdity—and even occasional joy—that accompany it. The result is a novel that is as profound as anything the late author had ever written.

7. The Invention of Wings: A Novel by Sue Monk Kidd: In the early 1830s, the Grimké sisters were the most infamous women in America for speaking out in favor of liberty and equality and for African American slaves and women. Monk Kidd brings Hetty and Sara to life in a powerful novel that spans decades, vividly imagining the Grimké sisters’ courageous trials and personal transformations.

8. Red Rising by Pierce Brown: Pulsing with nonstop action, surprising twists, and unforgettable characters, Brown’s debut—and the first book of a projected trilogy—sets its tale of struggle and revolution in the desolation of Mars, tackling the large questions of fate and loyalty in brutal and heartfelt turns.

9. Savage Harvest: A Tale of Cannibals, Colonialism, and Michael Rockefeller’s Tragic Quest for Primitive Art by Carl Hoffman: Was the scion of an American billionaire eaten by cannibals in New Guinea? Award-winning journalist Hoffman steps into Michael Rockefeller’s boots to investigate his 1961 disappearance, and succeeds in both solving the puzzle and spinning an engrossing tale of adventure.

10. Hollow City: The Second Novel of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs: Continuing the story that mesmerized readers in Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Riggs packs Hollow City with more eerie vintage photographs, and like a seasoned magician, seamlessly incorporates them into a remarkable—and totally original—feat of imagination.

To see the complete list of the Best Books of the Year So Far, available in both print and Kindle editions, visit

In addition to the overall Top 20, the Amazon Books Editors also selected 10-20 titles in 17 different categories: Art & Photo, Audiobooks, Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Leadership, Comics & Graphic Novels, Cookbooks, Food & Wine, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, History, Humor & Entertainment, Kindle Singles, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Nonfiction, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, and Teens, as well as the Top 20 Children’s Books for each age range (Baby-Age 2, Ages 3-5, Ages 6-8, Ages 9-12), plus a new nonfiction children’s book category.

BOYHOOD_finalposter“Boyhood” is a movie that tracks the story of a 6-year-old boy over the next 12 years of his life raised by his struggling mother and estranged father. “Boyhood” goes nationwide on July 11 from IFC Films.

Understand that this is not a documentary about a 6-year-old. It’s a fictional story, starring 6-year-old Ellar Coltrane as Mason, and for the 12-years, would make this movie. The movie also stars Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette as the boy’s parents.

Written and Directed by Richard Linklater, “Boyhood” is the most ambitious movie to be produced in a long time. While most films are made over a period of weeks or months, could a contemporary drama be made over a far greater stretch of time? Then to complicate matters, can such a movie follow the growth of a character, and actor, from a little boy to a young adult.

Linklater manages to take this challenge head on and succeed thanks to the long-term commitment of the filmmaker, crew, actors and IFC Film.

It all started when Linklater wanted to make a movie about the singularity private emotions and hard-to-describe experience of childhood, but childhood was such vast territory, he wasn’t quite sure what to start. Then an idea hit him. “Why not try to encompass all of it?” he recalls asking.

Linklater knew such an undertaking would be out of the question: it was creatively mind boggling; financially impossible; no cast, crew or film company would commit to a 12-year project. So he dove in.

The Challenges of Time

Boyhood 06“It was like taking a great leap of faith into the future,” Linklater muses. “Most artistic endeavors strive to have a certain amount of control but there were elements of this that would be out of anyone’s control. There were going to be physical and emotional changes and that was embraced. I was ready for it to be a constant collaboration between the initial ideas I had for the piece and the reality of the changes happening to the actors along the way. In a way, the film became a collaboration with time itself, and time can be a pretty good collaborator, if not always a predictable one.”

Putting together a movie of this magnitude would require a well thought out strategy, especially if you’re trying to convince a financial backer to be your partner. Rather than a conventional screenplay, Linklater started with a structural blueprint and was able to win the long-term support of IFC Films.

The film making process had to be simple too. Every year, the cast and crew: would gather whenever their schedules could align for 3-4 day shoots. Linklater would write and edit with collaborator Sandra Adair along the way and only they would know exactly what was happening during the 144 month process.

Many blindly took the leap with Linklater. “It was especially insane for IFC Films to commit to this and I know that Jonathan Sehring [President of Sundance Selects/IFC Films] really fought for it,” he says. “He had to explain ever year what this expenditure was and why there wasn’t going to be anything to show for it for more years to come. I was lucky to find that otherwise this would not have been possible.”
Time has its gambles. What if the lead or any of the actors moves or passes away? Will financial support still be there? But time also has its benefits. “It was incredible to have this kind of gestation time,” Linklater comments. “It’s something that’s never happened to me before and I know it’s something that’s unlikely to happen again.

Finding the Boy

Boyhood 01The task in finding the lead was crucial. “We were looking for someone to come along with us for 12 years – and that’s not something a kid can fathom at 6 or 7,” Linklater notes. “So it was kind of a crazy task, where I was looking at kids wondering, ‘Who are you going to be when you grow up and what’s your life going to be like?’”

He found his lead in Ellar Coltrane. “I had the feeling Ellar was going to be an artist of some kind even at that age, in part because his parents are both artists, but also there was just something unique about him,” Linklater remembers. “And I felt the world he was growing up in would lend itself to what we were doing.”

When production started at age 6, Coltrane’s memories have that blurry childhood haze with only flashes of direct memory. He recalls that at first he was strongly guided by Linklater and did a lot of memorization. As he grew over the year, the process gradually opened up and Ellar began to assert his own creative instincts more and more, which became more and more satisfying.

“Rick and I would usually start each new year by talking about where I was at and then incorporating some of that into the character,” he recalls. “Over time, my life and my character’s life began to meet in places and I became a bigger part of creating who Mason was. As a kid, of course, everything feels much more simple and now there’s so much more that I can see now about how dense and complicated this family’s relationships are. I think, in many ways, being part of the film gave me more perspective on relationships, especially my relationship with my own mom which, like Mason’s, is complicated.

Portraying Time On Screen

Boyhood 05For Linklater, it was important that the film feel like one cohesive and fluid movie. Technical choices had to be made up front and could not be changed. For example, the movie gambles by shooting in 35 mm film, since even in 2002 film itself was becoming a fading format. “Towards the end of production, it became harder and harder to shoot on 35mm,” Linklater reflects. “But it helped give us that seamless flow.”

Although adding cultural clues to indicate transitions from year to year helps convey time, there was little need to clue the audience since it was written on his young actors’ faces. “Every time we started to shoot, you could see various indicators in Ellar and [co-star] Lorelei that things had changed,” Linklater comments.

Boyhood-07“It became a bit like getting together every year at came,” he laughs. “We had this core group of people who united every year for 12 years and it really did become like a family in its own way. But it also kept growing, and we ultimately had 143 cast members and over 400 crew. It did seem to get a little tougher every year to pull it all together, but I think we all felt increasingly that we were in a creative groove together.”
Every year, Linklater and Adair would add the previous years footage to the story and at the end final editing was minimal. “It was all kind of working,” the director recalls. “It was longer than I had originally conceived; I had originally thought 10 minutes per year, adding up to 120 minutes, but I realized after the first year that wasn’t exactly how I was going to work. I decided to let the film be what it wanted to be without imposing that kind of restriction. Ultimately, it’s both kind of an epic and yet, at the same time, very simple and intimate.”

In the end, the movie has Mason heading off to college, standing on a mountain top with an infinite number of directors his character and event he actor can take in life. “I remember standing there and the sun was setting and there was just his incredible vibe,” Linklater recalls. “It was the final shot of a 12-year experience and there’s just no way to describe that feeling. It’s not something that can be repeated.”


In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the “A Hard Days Night,” Cinefamily in Los Angeles and 100 other cities will screen the newly restored version of this Beatles Classic.

Hard Days NightFor the first time, “A Hard Days Night” will be screen for audiences with the crisp, clean quality of it 1964 release but in an updated 5.1 surround mix produced by Giles Martin.

A month after their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Shows, John, Paul, George and Ringo began working on a project that would bring their revolutionary talent to the big screen. A Hard Day’s Night, in which the bandmates play wily, exuberant versions of themselves, captured the astonishing moment when they officially became the singular, irreverent idols of their generation and changed music forever. Directed with raucous, anything-goes verve by Richard Lester and featuring a slew of iconic pop anthems, including the title track, “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “I Should Have Known Better,” and “If I Fell,” A Hard Day’s Night, which reconceived the movie musical and exerted an incalculable influence on the music video, is one of the most deliriously entertaining movies of all time.

Restoring the classic movie comes courtesy of the Criterion Collection. First the film was scanned in 4K resolution from the original negative on a Scanity film scanner to retain the character of the film’s original printing stock. The original negative was incomplete but thankfully in excellent condition. Missing footage was taken from two original interpositives.

Once scanned, each frame was carefully treated using a variety of digital tools to remove dirt, scratches, flicker, and other damage. Also, most people have only seen “A Hard Day’s Night” on television, this new restoration brought back the film to the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.75:1. Once the film’s visual work was complete, the final results were approved by the film’s director, Richard Lester.
Sound a music was handled in a different way. To create the best possible 5.1 surround mix, the restoration team needed to find the best available original audio sources. That was the easy part as all of the original tapes were stored at Abbey Road. The songs from With the Beatles are on 2-track tapes. The later songs, from the album A Hard Day’s Night, were recorded by the Beatles on 4-track tapes. Sadly, in the case of the single “She Loves You,” only the monaural mix of the track still exists.

Also, the movie didn’t just play the original song, but there was an effects track with sound pertinent to the movie on it, such as the opening “A Hard Day’s Night” featuring unending screams from fans. Identifying the original dialogue and effects track proved problematic. Multiple tracks exist and the best ones were chosen based on tonal balance, dynamic range, and lack of distortion and hiss. This track was then transferred digitally, and we carefully removed such unwanted artifacts as clicks, pops, and distortion.

The goal in remixing for 5.1 Surround is to retain the original spirit, vibrancy, quality, and charm while making subtle improvements to the balance, tonal color, and stereo picture. They used many of the actual compressors, echo chambers, and plate reverbs used in the original recordings and mixes of these songs.

The 50th Anniversary Edition of “A Hard Day’s Night” can be seen for a limited time from July 4th to July 10th at the following Southern California Locations:

  • La Mesa – Grossmont Center
  • Los Angeles – Cinefamily
  • Murietta – Reading Cinemas Cal Oaks
  • Pasadena – Laemmle Playhouse 7
  • San Diego – Gaslamp

Wizard WorldWizard World, Inc. plans to expand its schedule of pop culture conventions to a minimum of 22 shows in 2015, including at least nine new venues, it was announced today by John Macaluso, Wizard World CEO. The series, which includes 16 cities in 2014, will add San Jose, Calif.; Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Cleveland; Raleigh, N.C.; Indianapolis; Las Vegas; Des Moines, Iowa; Madison, Wis.; and Greenville, S.C. Additional cities (new and returning) may also be added in the coming weeks.

Next year’s schedule to date also includes a return of at least 12 of the 16 events from 2014, plus the “Bruce Campbell’s Horror Fest” at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill., site of Wizard World Chicago Comic Con. Among the longer-running Wizard World events returning are Comic Cons in Chicago (Rosemont, Ill.); Philadelphia; New Orleans; Columbus, Ohio; and Austin, Texas. Newer events in Portland, Ore.; Minneapolis; St. Louis; Sacramento, Calif.; Nashville, Tenn; Richmond, Va.; and Tulsa, Okla. are also slated to return.

“We are excited to bring the Wizard World experience to more fans in more places than ever before in 2015,” said John Macaluso, Wizard World CEO. “The new shows this year have been huge successes, and we believe that fans in these additional cities will enjoy our mix of top celebrities, superstar artists and all things pop culture.”

The 2015 Wizard World Comic Con schedule to date is as follows (*denotes new show) (all dates and venues subject to change):

  • *Wizard World Las Vegas Comic Con, April 24-26, Las Vegas Convention Center
  • *Wizard World San Jose Comic Con, September 4-6, San Jose Convention Center

Wizard World Comic Con events bring together thousands of fans of all ages to celebrate the best in pop-fi, pop culture, movies, graphic novels, comics, toys, video gaming, television, sci-fi, gaming, original art, collectibles, contests and more. A first-class lineup of topical programming takes place at each event, with celebrity Q&A’s, the Wizard World Film Festival, comics-themed sessions, costume contest, movie screenings, evening parties and more. Sunday is also Kids Day, with an array of activities and programming specially designed for the younger Wizard World fans.

This exclusive interview aired on the Secret City Geek Lab show on KTST 89.5 fm.  We spoke with director Mo Perkins about her movie, “The Last Time You Had Fun,” which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival.

We spoke with Mo about:

  • Collaborating with her writer husband Hal Haberman
  • The Theme of Transitions on Marriage
  • Working with her cast
  • The challenges independent films face when trying to find an audience

THE LAST TIME YOU HAD FUN stars Eliza Coupe, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Kyle Bornheimer and Demetri Martin

SYNOPSIS – When Ida, cheeks streaked by mascara tears, unexpectedly shows up at her sister’s house, the staid Alison bargains her way out of mom duty for the night and the two head

off to an Eastside wine bar. There, they run into Will and the freshly divorced, sweat pants-attired Clark. After some slightly inebriated commiserating about mismanaged marriages and other adult concerns, the foursome head out into the night, determined to prove they still have what it takes to have a good time.

Warner BrothersAlcon Entertainment’s action-thriller “Point Break,” starring Édgar Ramírez, Luke Bracey, Ray Winstone, Teresa Palmer and Delroy Lindo, begins principal photography today, it was announced by Alcon principals Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson.

The production will film on four continents, including North America, Europe, South America and Asia, and features stunts performed by the world’s top extreme sports athletes, as opposed to stunt performers. Locations set for filming include Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, Mexico, Venezuela, French Polynesia, India and the United States. Alcon will release through its output deal with Warner Bros. Pictures.

Ericson Core (“Invincible”) is directing from Kurt Wimmer’s (“Salt,” “Law Abiding Citizen”) screenplay. Ramírez (“Zero Dark Thirty,” “Che: Part One”) stars as Bodhi and Bracey (“G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” upcoming “The Best of Me”) will portray Johnny Utah.

In “Point Break,” a young FBI agent infiltrates an extraordinary team of extreme sports athletes he suspects of masterminding a string of unprecedented, sophisticated corporate heists. Deep undercover, and with his life in danger, he strives to prove they are the architects of the mind-boggling crimes that are devastating the world’s financial markets.

The film marks an extraordinarily ambitious shooting schedule involving some of the most daring stunts ever committed to film. Extreme sports featured include surfing 70-foot waves, snowboarding, wingsuit flying, free rock climbing, and high-speed motorcycle stunts.

Johnson and Kosove are producing, along with John Baldecchi, Chris Taylor and Kurt Wimmer. Studio Babelsberg will also co-produce. RGM Media principal Devesh Chetty and investor John McMurrick, Chairman of Marloss Entertainment, will serve as executive producers.

Renowned extreme athletes performing stunts in the film include surfers Makua Rothman, Billy Kemper, Brian Keaulana and Ahanu Tson-dru; snowboarders Lucas DeBari, Ralph Backstrom, Mitch Toelderer, Mike Basich and Xavier De La Rue; motorcyclists Riley Harper and Oakley Lehman; wingsuit stunt pilots Jeb Corliss, Jon Devore, Julian Boulle, Noah Bahnson and Mike Swanson; and free climber Chris Sharma, among others.

Director Ericson Core, who served as director of photography on such films as “The Fast and the Furious,” will also serve as director of photography. Other behind-the-scene team members include Oscar-winning editor Thom Noble (“Thelma & Louise,” “Witness”), production designer Udo Kramer (“North Face,” “The Physician”) and Oscar-nominated costume designer Lisy Christl (“Anonymous,” “White House Down”).

“Point Break” is inspired by the classic 1991 hit starring Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves. It is scheduled for release on August 7, 2015, and will be distributed in North America and in select territories around the world by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

Oddball Festival

The event is the brainchild of Funny Or Die, a very popular online comedy franchise that originally spawned from a hilarious short video entitled ‘The Landlord’ starring Will Ferrell. In the years since, they become the gold standard for comedy, and these performances are jampacked with comedians from all genres. Fans serious about attending The Oddball Festival can secure their tickets now at

This year’s roster includes another packed A-list of comedians who represent an even bigger slice of the stand-up world, at least compared to last year’s mega co-headliners Chappelle and Flight of the Conchords.

Confirmed performers this year include a who’s-who of contemporary stand-up greats, including Louis C.K., Sarah Silverman, Amy Schumer, Aziz Ansari, Marc Maron, Bill Burr, Brent Morin, Chris D’ella, Chris Hardwick, Dave Attell, Demetri Martin, DJ Trauma, Hannibal Buress, Jeff Ross, Jermaine Fowler, Jerrod Carmichael, Jim Gaffigan, Jim Jefferies, Jullian McCullugh, Michael Che, Moshe Kasher, Nate Bargatze, Reggie Watts, Ron Funches, Rory Scovel and Whitney Cummings.

*TicketProcess is not associated with any of the organizations, teams, artists or venues listed. Names used in this release are for descriptive purposes only and do not imply endorsement or partnership.

ZomBCallZomBcall unveils the “ZomBcall zombie sound vocalizer” device designed to allow users to create zombie sounds similar to those used in movies and TV shows such as “The Walking Dead”. The “zombie vocalizer zombie sound device” is the brainchild of James Villepigue and Christopher Oliver, serial entrepreneurs and avid zombie enthusiasts.

“With the massive popularity of zombie apocalypse based TV shows and movies like A&E’s The walking Dead, World War Z, Zombieland, Day of the Dead, 28 Days Later, Shaun of the Dead, Return of the Living Dead, Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Warm Bodies and more it is no surprise that many zombie enthusiasts find themselves considering preparations for a potential zombie apocalypse. At ZomBcall we understand this and want to help. The ZomBcall zombie sound vocalizer enables the user to make zombie sounds. Theoretically these sounds could lure zombies in to traps or entice them into specific areas if indeed someday zombies were to actually exist. ZomBcall is all about being prepared, because if you are not prepared, you’re not gonna make it!”, says Christopher Oliver, co-creator of the ZomBcall zombie sounds vocalizer device.

Villepigue and Oliver have hinted that they intend to launch a massive “zombie apocalypse” style marketing drive to raise awareness of their soon-to-be launched Kickstarter crowd funding initiative. While a specific launch date for the ZomBcall zombie sound device Kickstarter promotion was not disclosed Villepigue and Oliver hinted that it was imminent.

“We only as that everyone remain calm. We understand that many people believe a zombie apocalypse could break out any day now, but it is important that everyone remain calm. ZomBcall will be available soon and we look forward to your support in our ZomBcall zombie sound device Kickstarter campaign,” says James Villepigue, co-inventor of the ZomBcall device.
For more information about the ZomBcall zombie vocalizer and the imminent Kickstarter funding drive visit