Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Mega Python vs. Gatoroid on DVD June 21

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- PREPARE FOR A MONSTER MASH ON AN UNIMAGINABLE SCALE! MEGA PYTHON VS. GATOROID

Starring 1980’s pop queens Debbie Gibson and Tiffany!

Chatsworth, CA – On June 21, Image Entertainment uncages Mega Python vs. Gatoroid – a colossal battle between claw and coil, fought in the ominous soup of the Florida Everglades. Directed by Mary Lambert (Pet Sematary), Mega Python vs. Gatoroid garnered huge ratings for its Syfy Channel premiere last January. SRP for the DVD is $27.97 and $29.97 for the Blu-ray™. The title is also be available on digital download.

When animal activist Dr. Nikki Riley (Debbie Gibson) accidently unleashes a python into the Everglades, her rival Chief Ranger Dr. Terry O’Hara (Tiffany) must find an expert reptile hunter to capture the twisting menace. After her boyfriend dies in the process, she resorts to extreme measures and creates genetically enlarged alligators to challenge the slithering serpent. With a reptilian rivalry as well as a confrontation of pop icons, Mega Python vs. Gatoroid provides a double dose of duels and disputatious doctors!

When science defies evolution – humanity has to pay! There are behemoths waiting to do battle in the swamp…with nothing to stop the destruction but two doctors: each blaming the other for the impending disaster. Can they lay aside their differences to prevent the ultimate confrontation…can they stop Mega Python vs. Gatoroid?



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