Harris, Moseley, Shepis Model Godkiller Apparel


To promote Halo-8’s animated series…

Genre-stars Danielle Harris (Stake Land, Halloween franchise), Bill Moseley (Devil’s Rejects), and Tiffany Shepis (The Violent Kind) are pulling double duty as actors and now models for Halo-8’s innovative and experimental animated film series Godkiller, which has quickly established itself as the fastest selling title in the indie studio’s four-year history. The racy, bleeding-edge film’s crossover appeal has positioned it as the flagship brand for Halo-8’s newly minted apparel division H8LA, and its stars have shown their commitment to the project by going the extra mile and modeling Godkiller clothing.

The photos are live now right here.

“It’s been an amazing experience to work with so many talented and accomplished actors on Godkiller, and the fact that they continue to support the film in such unique ways is really exciting,” said Godkiller writer-director Matt Pizzolo. “Everything that’s happened with this project has been a surprise to me, especially how it’s been blessed by so many incredible performers… but what’s even more surprising is how awesome all the actors are as people and how much fun they are to work with.”

Godkiller debuted on October 6, 2009 with the first in a series of three shortform episodic DVDs. Its street date was delayed when retail orders so greatly surpassed expectations that the studio was forced to delay release in order to fulfill demand.

Godkiller‘s upcoming release schedule is currently slated as:

– Episode 2: January 26th

– Episode 3: March 30th

– Full feature limited theatrical run: March 30th

– Full feature DVD/Blu-ray: May 25th

The stylish, post-nuke, adult-animation series Godkiller features voice performances by Davey Havok (singer of A.F.I.), Danielle Harris (Stake Land, Halloween franchise), Bill Moseley (Devil’s Rejects), Lance Henriksen (Alien vs Predator), Nicki Clyne (Battlestar Galactica), Tiffany Shepis (The Violent Kind), and Justin Pierre (singer of Motion City Soundtrack).

Source: Halo-8 Entertainment