A small town video game store clerk must go from zero to hero after accidentally unleashing the forces of evil from a cursed Colecovision game... Max Jenkins' gaming fantasies collides with...
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A small town video game store clerk must go from zero to hero after accidentally unleashing the forces of evil from a cursed Colecovision game... Max Jenkins' gaming fantasies collides with reality when a legendary "lost" installment of the Nether Game series appears on the store counter of his workplace, Fallout Games. Unbeknownst to Max, the game bears a "Curse of The Ages", and in playing it, he has just unlocked the Nether, an ancient malevolent force of evil from the cartridge, upon his small hometown. Along with a mysterious masked man and his two best friends, Liz and Reggie, Max must figure out how to beat the Nether at it's own game before it's Game Over for humanity.Written by
Movies are a way to escape every day life; be immersed in stories, fantasies, and epic adventures and quests where we can block out daily life and for a brief moment in time let a story teller unfold their creation.
Max Reload and the Nether Blasters was funny, enjoyable, and a great way to unwind and laugh as the characters and story matched what myself and friends would openly joke about "back in the day". This movie reminds us that you dont need a high budget, huge CGI effects, or a giant Hollywood production studio to make a movie. You simply need creative writers, and a combination of actors who enjoy working alongside each other and are having fun in the process, and people who are passionate.
Great job to everyone involved in the making of the film, and I look forward to seeing what you all produce in the future.
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