3 Inches Of Blood To Play "Lloyd The Conqueror" Premiere
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On Saturday, September 24th the film "Lloyd The Conqueror," staring Mike Smith (Trailer Park Boys) and Brian Posehn, will premiere as part of the Calgary International Film Festival at the Globe Theatre at 7:00 PM.
Century Media's 3 Inches of Blood has a cover of the classic Rush song, "Anthem" featured in the film and directly following the premiere the band will be performing at the official after party. The event begins at 9:00 PM at Dickens Pub. Tickets can be purchased here. The following press release has also been released about the film:
"When perpetual slacker Lloyd (Evan Williams) and his two best friends ask their history professor, Derek (TRAILER PARK BOYS' Mike Smith), for an extra-credit assignment, he challenges them to unseat him as the dread lord of his deteriorating LARPing (Live Action Role Playing) league. But this will be no simple grade-grab. Getting to Derek will mean battling a string of dedicated (and downright deranged) Demons & Dwarves players, including a pack of bloodthirsty Danes and a somewhat misplaced Vulcan.
"Featuring a cast of cult-comic favourites including Brian Posehn, Harland Williams and FUBAR's Andrew Sparacino (who also appears in A LEGEND OF WHITEY), and directed by Calgary's Michael Peterson, LLOYD THE CONQUEROR is a no-holds-barred fantasy romp that casts a 12-sided eye on a much-misunderstood subculture. Whether you're a die-hard D&D fan or a newbie to all things geek, get ready to be won over by Lloyd and his merry band of adventurers."
Further details on "Lloyd the Conqueror" can be found by heading over to this location.
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