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Happywax's Video Vault: Watch Your Favorite Game Characters Kick-Ass

The latest episode of The Doomgoryum Report web-show introduces us to a fan-made vault classic based off the highly successful video game, Left 4 Dead.

In this fan made trailer/short film directed by Adrian Picardi and produced by Eric Ro known for SyFy's Resistance--we are introduced

to all our favorite game characters in one kick-ass video!

About Doomgoryums Horror Emporium

Doomgoryums Horror Emporium is a website ran by two horror fans who call themselves Axe Master and Happywax. Their web-show offers up reviews and news on all of the horror content you can stomach!

About Adrian Picardi and Eric Ro

Adrian Picardi was born and raised in South Pasadena, California. In 2006 he graduated from the Los Angeles Film School and jumped into the industry as an editor for Television. Picardi continued his directing career by independently producing a series of award winning projects. In 2008, Picardi teamed up with entrepreneur,
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‘The Resistance’ Debuts on Syfy First, Internet Second

Monday, October 4th at 11Pm Est, the long awaited web series The Resistance will make its debut in a most unlikely place, cable television. Syfy will air the series as a one hour special in place of its Ani-Monday animation block. This might be the first time a series created originally for the web will first premiere on TV. The cable network will package episodes of The Resistance web series and air them back to back, along with approximately 9 minutes of behind the scenes footage in order to reach the 44 minute television runtime. Following the TV broadcast, the series will revert to online video form. Viewers will be able to watch The Resistance in two parts on Xbox Live, Hulu and other distribution channels before it eventually lands on YouTube in four- to five-minute installments. If the series performs well, Starz will greenlight the program as a TV show or web series,
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'Resistance' Web series tests TV waters

'Resistance' Web series tests TV waters
Starz Media is ready to test the waters for sci-fi action thriller "The Resistance" and will do so by taking advantage of the digital age.

The project, originally envisioned as a Web series, could blossom into a TV series or even a movie, depending on the reaction to a pilot of sorts that will be distributed through digital platforms and a one-night TV outing. It's an example for how the entertainment industry is experimenting with new models for the creation and testing of content.

To gauge "Resistance's" potential, Starz on Oct. 4 will take over the 11 p.m. hour of Syfy's two-hour Ani-Monday anime block, which is programmed by Starz's Japanese animation arm Manga Entertainment.

The "Resistance" story runs about 35 minutes as the producers have placed all webisodes back-to-back for the TV version. Added behind-the-scenes material makes for 44 minutes of content.

For digital distribution, the TV version will be split into two pieces for iTunes,
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