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World Premiere of Hoodoo For Voodoo
(released 9/27/2006)            Green Room Orlando News Feed Subscribe  
By greenroomwire

Hoodoo For Voodoo, a feature length Horror/Comedy, produced by Abyssmal Entertainment, and filmed in Orlando and Louisiana will be having it's World Premiere on Thursday, October 5th at the AMC Universal Cineplex in Orlando at 6:30pm. There will be an after-party immediately following at the AKA Lounge, located on the corner of Pine St & Magnolia St in Downtown Orlando. At the 18+ after-party, there will be live performances by Hoodoo For Voodoo Soundtrack bands, including Ten 13 Concept, The New Threat, Manic And The Apostle and Sterling Schroeder. Premiere Wristbands are now available for purchase for $5 for the entire evening's activities.

Synopsis:
When a group of college kids win a trip to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, they soon find themselves on a rollercoaster ride of survival as bodies drop left and right. The workers at a local voodoo tourist trap suddenly begin turning up dead, and the group must bind together and stay alive to figure out who is behind this most wicked plot. But, hey, who can be inconvenienced at the biggest party of the year?

The film stars such horror legends as Linnea Quigley, Tiffany Shepis, Debbie Rochon, and Lloyd Kaufman, and is written and directed by Steven Shea.

For tickets and information, visit www.hoodooforvoodoo.com or www.abyssmal.com. You can also view the movie trailer in the Green Room Orlando's Trailer Park.








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