"A MOSQUITO MAN" recently received nominations for Best Film, Best Director, Best Visual Effects and Best Score at the Hollywood International Film Festival. The film won for Best Visual Effects created by The Deka Bros and Best Score by composer, Dr. Bruce Lee. In addition BSEG's Kimberley Kates received a Best Achievement in Producing for the film.
About "A MOSQUITO-MAN":
"Jim Crawley (MICHAEL MANASSERI) is having a really bad day. He gets fired from his job at the nuclear power plant, his car is towed, he discovers his wife is having an affair, then a nice man who saves his life turns out to be an evil scientist. Jim is abducted and experimented upon with a deadly mosquito-borne virus and becomes a thirsty, half man-half mosquito. Unfortunately for the scientist and all those who wronged Jim, this super-powered mosquito-man exacts revenge with a bite as big as his buzz."
The film was produced by BSEG's Kimberley Kates, Stephen Eckelberry and Manasseri who also wrote, starred and directed. The inspired cast includes Michael Manasseri, Ricky Wayne as the evil scientist, Jordan Trovillion, Monty Bane, Lloyd Kaufman and Danny Mooney.
Dread Central says, "A quirky and fun throwback to the monster movies of yesteryear. You're about to see proof positive that good things come to those that wait. Strap on kids and prepare to get itchy."
Check out the film now on iTunes, Amazon Prime, DISH Network or SLING.
The Official Trailer for A MOSQUITO MAN can be found here:
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