The Devil Dogs of Kilo Company is a stop-motion World War 2 film. The year is 1944. The Allied forces are heavily committed to the final invasion of Nazi Germany.
The U.S. Marines of Kilo Company are fresh off an island hopping campaign in the Pacific theater, to undertake a top secret mission. However, Hitler's 6th Panzer
division and the German army are out to stop them. Captain Morrison and his Devil Dogs must destroy the enemy in an epic confrontation and save Europe
and the world from total annihilation Captain Morrison and his Devil Dogs must destroy the enemy in an epic confrontation and save Europe and the world from total annihilation
Bobby Easley is an American film Director, Screenwriter, Producer, Actor and Tattoo Artist. Although Mr. Easley has worked in numerous film genres, he is most commonly associated with horror and war films.
Mr. Easley owns Horror Wasteland Pictures International, an independent film production company that broke ground in 2015 with All Sinners Night and his adaptation of Stephen King's, The Boogeyman.
In 2017, Horror Wasteland Pictures International is releasing several new titles. The Dead Bodies in #223 , An urban pimp/ prostitute murder thriller; Belly Timber, a horror/western set in rural 1820's Indiana. This film also has a companion novel written by John Russo of Night of the Living Dead fame and Solon Tsangaras. Followed by Devil Dogs of Kilo Company, a WWII stop-motion film starring John Dugan (Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Bill Moseley (The Devils Rejects), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th) Mike Christopher ( Dawn of the Dead ), Phil Anselmo (Pantera, Down) Mr. Easley also partnered with the film Car 86 from Executive Producer Jeffrey Reddick, the creator of the Final Destination series.
Horror Wasteland Pictures International is venturing into the international market, partnering with Monster Pictures in Australia of Human Centipede fame and producing Mosquitoid: Nights of Terror from Marcos and Andreas De Castros in Brazil. Mr. Easley also has several other titles in pre-production.
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