New Hit Comedy "Horror In The Wind" Earns Cash For Charities

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New comedy "Horror In The Wind" raised over a thousand dollars for PFLAG in a single night. The Fountain Theatre in Las Cruces hosted a boisterous sold out house on January 24. Revision Studios, producer of "Horror In The Wind," says it will tour the world doing similar fundraiser screenings for charities, non-profits and gay activist groups.

We're happy we can raise that kind of money for a good cause in one night.

Hit comedy "Horror In The Wind" screened to a sold out crowd at a benefit for the Las Cruces chapter of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays ("PFLAG") on January 24th raising more than a thousand dollars for the organization's Emily Cohen Endowment. PFLAG is an international organization that promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and their friends. The benefit was sponsored by Mesilla Valley Film Society at the Fountain Theatre, along with Revision Studios, producer of "Horror In The Wind" and Las Cruces PFLAG.

According to "Horror In The Wind" Executive Producer, Dick Weber, "We're happy we can raise that kind of money for a good cause in one night." Revision Studios is equipped to screen anywhere there is electricity and chairs. Weber says, "We can go into an empty warehouse and set up in an hour to screen for two hundred people. Non profits or charities that are hurting because of the current recession are encouraged to contact Revision Studios at 575-682-3240 to discuss a screening to benefit their organization."

Patrick Ivers, Film Critic at the Laramie Movie Scope calls Horror In The Wind, "Frightfully funny" and Jeff Berg, Local IQ Film Critic, says, "Debauchery! Hedonism! Blasphemy! Naked New Mexicans! You will find it all in one very entertaining and ultra low budget New Mexican film."

Made for under $53,000, sci fi comedy "Horror In The Wind, was recently banned by Allen Theaters of New Mexico. NBC nightly news reported that Allen Theaters refused to screen the locally produced comedy because it is too political. "Horror In The Wind" is about two bio-geneticists whose Formula 4708 reverses the whole world's sexual orientation.

"Horror In The Wind" is set in 2017 when Pat Robertson and James Dobson win the White House with a campaign theme of the "War on Sex." Robertson spreads an untested sex suppression formula throughout the world. To everyone's shock, Formula 4708 does not suppress sex drive but changes it. Within a week the world is 90% gay. Eventually the constitution is amended to ban heterosexual marriage.

Rising star, Perren Hedderson ("Hero Tomorrow") leads the cast of 50 New Mexico actors. "Horror In The Wind" is now available on DVD and screens next in Santa Fe. See the trailer at

Weber says "Revision Studios is willing to work with any charity, non-profit or gay activist group that needs money and there are plenty in this economy."


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