DIG DEEP PRODUCTIONS COMES TO
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Digger T Mesch, Kevin Grevioux, Carlos Gallardo and Kevin Eastman To Announce Sundown S7ven & Premiere Agent 88 Trailer
(Los Angeles, CA, September 29, 2011) MAD Event Management and Long Beach Comic & Horror Con announced today Dig Deep Productions will premiere the trailer for AGENT 88 as well as discuss all the details about SUNDOWN S7VEN, a first of its kind, western horror action film and subsequent graphic novel being published by HEAVY METAL magazine at this years show. The panel is set for Saturday, October 29 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
AGENT 88 tells the story of the world most deadly assassin who just happens to be an 88-year-old woman suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. The 10-minute short film from Dig Deep Production created, produced and directed by Digger T Mesch (Ultraviolet) stars Carlos Gallardo (El Mariachi, Desperado, Grindhouse).
In addition to shooting Agent 88, Dig Deep is collaborating with Kevin Grevioux (The Mask, Steel, Congo Underworld and Underworld: Rise of the Lycans) and Kevin Eastman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Heavy Metal Magazine) on SUNDOWN S7VEN: Bad Things Happen After Sundown, described as a western horror action film. The film stars XXX and is in pre-production with shooting slated to be completed in 2012.
Limited edition prints of both graphic novels will be available at the show.
“This an incredible blend of Comic and Hollywood talent coming together on projects that are sure to turn heads,” said Phil Lawrence, Director of the Long Beach Comic Con. Lawrence added, “A panel like this gives fans real access to the creative talent behind 2 films we feel are going to be huge fan favorites when they are released. We are thrilled to have them at this years Long Beach show.”
“It’s exciting to be back at a Comic Con, especially one such as Long Beach,” Said Digger T Mesch. He added, “I look forward to meeting with the fans and show them what Dig Deep Entertainment is all about.”