1/19/2016 5:23pm, #1
The semi-official Range 15 thread
OK, yeah, check my sig. I gave a bunch of money to these assholes to make a movie. And, it's shaping up to be pretty damned good. These guys are at SHOT Show right now, are going to Sundance soon. And, yes, I'm a little biased about promoting it. But, I know there's going to be a thread here, so I might as well start it (serch funkshun noob failed to turn up anything else).
Range 15 is a collaborative effort between Ranger Up and Article 15, two veteran-owned-and-operated apparel and accessory companies. They have mass YouTube content:
If you haven't watched The Damn Few, you haven't lived (insert bikini snap, here).
So, they made this zombie apocalypse movie, but from a veteran's perspective, and with militarily correct everything (or, so we're told). Jody was here.
Tomorrow, the first sneak peek goes live. I've already seen it, and maybe some of you have, too. This is gonna be awesome. Have you seen the cast? It includes, in no particular order:
1) William Shatner
2) Danny Trejo
3) Sean Astin
4) Keith David
5) Martin Klebba
6) Tim Kennedy
7) Marcus Luttrell
8) Barry Bostwick
9) Vincent Vargas
10) Randy Couture
OK, that's all cool. People we know from the silver screen and/or CNN. It also includes Real American Heroes (tm), including basically everyone that is not listed, above. It is veteran designed, veteran written, veteran directed, veteran produced, veteran acted, etc... It's the most veteran movie evar. You should see it. But, no, you may not borrow my autographed bluray.
1/25/2016 8:53am, #2
Range 15 will be premiering their trailer at the Sundance Film Festival on Wednesday. Which means, the trailer should become public sometime shortly after that. I'll post it, here, as soon as I have the link in hand (and have the authorization to do so).
1/25/2016 10:42am, #3
Correction - the trailer premiers this afternoon, and I hope to have linkage for you 9am EST, tomorrow.
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6/16/2016 5:56am, #9
Screened the film, last night. It was hilarious. I have to see it again, because there was never a 60-second interval that elapsed without uproarious laughter, so some of the dialogue I missed.
There were a lot of military insider jokes, but also a lot of material that appeals to the general masses. If you enjoy comedy, this is 110 minutes of pure gold that you don't want to miss.
6/16/2016 6:09am, #10