PORTLAND, Oregon (December 20th, 2012) The feature film “Cell Count” made it’s World Premiere at this year’s Fantaspoa Film Festival in Brazil on May 20th. Since then it has gone to the Macabro Film Festival in Mexico, the Montreal HorrorFest in Canada, Sitges Film Festival in Spain, Rojo Sangre Film Festival in Argentina, Montevideo Fantastico Film Festival in Uruguay, Another Hole in the Head Film Festival in the USA, and Celluloid Screams in the UK. Director Todd E. Freeman won Best Director and Actor Robert McKeehen won Best Actor at the Montevideo Fantastico Film Festival.
Cell Count is the story of Russell who “reluctantly admits his wife Sadie into an experimental treatment facility for her life threatening disease. While locked in this prison like surrounding they, along with 6 others, are unknowingly subjected to a cure that might just be worse than the disease itself.”
“We are so excited to be releasing the film on VOD to genre fans around the world. This film has been such a labor of love and we really can’t wait for as many people as possible to check it out,” says Writer and Director Todd E. Freeman.
FilmBuff has come on board to digitally distribute the sci-fi horror film festival favorite Cell Count from filmmaker Todd E. Freeman (Two Fisted and Pray for Hell), starring Robert McKeehen (“Leverage”), Haley Talbot (“Grimm”), Ted Rooney (“Boardwalk Empire”), and Daniel Baldwin (Grey Gardens).
Roz Lichter brokered the deal on behalf of executive producers Roger and Jen Wood and producers Jason and Todd Freeman with Steve Beckman, head of acquisitions for FilmBuff.
The film is available now on Amazon Instant, PS3, Xbox, VUDU, YouTube, and CinemaNow. It will be available on iTunes before the end of the year.
Find read reviews and stay up to date with Cell Count, as well as the development of the sequel, visit our website at: www.cellcount-themovie.com and our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CellCount.
To find direct links for watching Cell Count visit FilmBuff’s website at: http://www.filmbuff.com/movies/cell-count/
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