UNIVERSAL CITY, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/25/11 -- Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTCBB: CMGR) ("Camelot"), Camelot Distribution Group ("CDG"), and DarKnight Pictures ("DKP") announced today that its newest acquisition, ATTACK OF THE HERBALS, sparked much interest at Cannes. DKP acquired this zombie comedy just before the Marche du film.
"We feel that this is an amazing find for the company and the marketplace," stated Camelot Co-President Michael Kananack. "ATTACK OF THE HERBALS is a completely unique and clever horror comedy that could just be the Scottish Shaun of the Dead."
Produced by Clear Focus Movies, ATTACK OF THE HERBALS follows two unlikely heroes who stumble upon a mysterious crate, washed ashore. The locals find that the contents make an addictive herbal tea that turns the villagers into kill crazy zombies.
The film is still in post-production and due to be ready by late summer/ early fall.
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Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. (www.camelotent.com) is a US publicly traded company (OTCBB: CMGR) with four divisions: Camelot Film Group, Camelot Distribution and DarKnight Pictures, Camelot Studio Group and Camelot Production Services Group. Camelot is building a different kind of motion picture studio infrastructure by redefining the development, financing, production, and distribution process. Camelot is a member of the Independent Film & Television Alliance (IFTA).
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