Indie comedy "Horror In The Wind," has been banned by Allen Theaters of New Mexico. Revision Studios reports that Allen Theaters refused to screen the locally produced comedy because it is too political. "Horror In The Wind" is about two biogeneticists whose Formula 4708 reverses the whole world's sexual orientation.
Alamogordo, NM (PRWEB) November 12, 2008 -- Made for under $53,000, sci fi comedy "Horror In The Wind," has been banned by Allen Theaters of New Mexico. Dick Weber, Executive Producer at Revision Studios, reports that Allen Theaters refused to screen the locally produced comedy because it is too political. "Horror In The Wind" tells the story of two biogeneticists who invent an airborne formula that accidentally reverses the whole world's sexual orientation.
Allen Theaters, the only Cineplex in Alamogordo where the film was shot, was asked by Weber to do a single late night screening to comply with Screen Actors Guild regulations. According to theater owner, Russell Allen, it is "too political." Alamogordo, famous for being the town that burned the Harry Potter books, is referenced in the movie.
Allen Theaters screens mostly extremely violent films. "They are offended by political comedy but have no problem screening wall to wall graphic violence," said writer director Max Mitchell. "Russell Allen thinks that violence and murder is better than laughter. So much for family values."
"Horror In The Wind" is set in 2017 when Pat Robertson and James Dobson win the White House with a campaign theme of the "War on Sex." Religious fanatic Robertson steals an untested sex suppression formula and spreads it throughout the world. To everyone's shock, the unt
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