Wry, cynical and full of off-beat humor, 'Apocalypse, CA' is the story of friends as they prepare for certain death at the hands of a massive asteroid, sex-inducing drugs, a three-hundred foot giant, and a horde of other absurd problems.
Life's just an asteroid away.
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Did You Know?
"Apocalypse, CA" was shot over the course of just over a year, in three distinct chunks, beginning in June 2007, continuing in April 2008, and finishing in September 2008. The movie had 65 total days of filming. See more
Eric Branco is credited as "Key Graffer", a term coined to more correctly define his job as a mix of many on the project. "Key Graffer" comes from both Key Grip and Gaffer, and should be defined as someone in charge of both lighting and Grip duties when no other Grips or crew-members are present. The term "Key Graffer" was coined on the streets of New York City by Eric Branco and his filmmaker friends. See more