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Today, XLrator Media announced its latest acquisition, Feed the Gods, from Bleiberg Entertainment's genre label Compound B. To be released under its "Macabre" label, XLrator Media has obtained all U.S. rights for the film.

Feed the Gods stars Shawn Roberts (Resident Evil: Afterlife, Diary of the Dead), Tyler Johnston ("The Killing," "Supernatural"), Emily Tennant (Jennifer's Body) and Aleks Paunovic (This Means War), and it follows the journey of two brothers in search of their long lost parents. Their quest leads them to Tendale, a small mountain town that is home to mythical Bigfoot-like creature with a "taste for tourists."

From the press release:
Production wrapped last month in Vancouver and surrounding areas. Braden Croft directed from his own script and Random Bench's Liz Levine and Adrian Salpeter produced, all of whom worked together on last year's cult hit Hemmorhage. Bleiberg Entertainment's Ehud Bleiberg and Nicholas Donnermeyer executive produced with Shawn Roberts and Eduard Witzke.

Compound B is the worldwide sales rep and will be selling remaining territories at the upcoming AFM.

"After our success with Bleiberg on Under The Bed, we are excited to add their newest production Feed the Gods to our "Macabre" label slate of elevated genre movies," said XLrator Media CEO Barry Gordon.

Bigfoot-like creature you say? I'm in! There are not enough Bigfoot movies out there.









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