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Iwrestledabearonce To Premiere Feature Film 'A Beary Scary Movie'

IWABO In a groundbreaking move, IWRESTLEDABEARONCE will premiere their feature film A Beary Scary Movie at the Rock And Shock Film Festival at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA on October 16. A Beary Scary Movie will be featured as the headlining film of the day at this convention that exhibits the best independent horror films from around the world and boasts New England’s largest gathering of horror and heavy metal fans.

The edgy horror film stars IWABO’s Steven Bradley, Krysta Cameron, Mikey Montgomery, Michael “Rickshaw” Martin and John Ganey, along with actors Larry Parks, John Dillion, Phillip Wright, Jim Babel, Charlie Huffman and Kelly Keodara, with a special appearance by Jake Busey.

A Beary Scary Movie was written and directed by Justin Beasley of KOTK Productions.

“IWABO lovers and haters rejoice! The time has finally come to watch us all get brutally murdered! Our friends at KOTK productions have managed to outdo even themselves on this one,” says IWRESTLEDABEARONCE’s Steven Bradley. “We are all HUGE horror movie fans, particularly old-school cheesy fun horror fans, so this project has definitely been the most insane and enjoyable undertaking in the history of our band.”

IWRESTLEDABEARONCE will also participate in signings, panels and other appearances at Rock And Shock, along with the convention’s other featured guests--including Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, Lance Henriksen, Gary Busey, Jake Busey, Norman Reedus, Sean Patrick Flanery, Ace Frehley, Roddy Piper, Heather Langenkamp, Amanda Wyss, Bill Moseley, Derek Mears, Tim Thomerson, Miko Hughes and many more. Tickets for Rock And Shock are available at:

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    September 20, 2011

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