The life's blood of "The Grid: Zombie Outlet Maul" characters is electricity, so any power struggle could easily become deadly.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 24, 2015
Former “Queer As Folk” star, Thea Gill provides the voice of Hazel Switch, a rocker chick, electrical wall switch in Linda Andersson’s independently produced, animated feature film, “The Grid: Zombie Outlet Maul”, where electrical devices come to life after a nuclear power plant explosion.
The film shows what can be achieved in animation with a couple of computers and what would be considered an extreme micro-budget, within Hollywood standards. The film is a comedy/light horror geared towards the “Family Guy” and “Simpsons” crowd, just in time for Halloween. It was written and directed by Linda Andersson with M.J. Lallo (Clay Kids, Daddy I’m a Zombie) as voice-over co-director as well as the voice of Auto d’Fuse.
The film also stars Harry Ford of the new CBS drama, "Code Black", Leah Cevoli (Robot Chicken, Deadwood), and Danny Pardo (Planes: Fire & Rescue). Deborah Stewart ( Rizzoli & Isles), who is a former voice of “Rockin Barbie” and also rocks the role of Creative Outlet, the guitar player for the band, Switch Hazel.
Original music is provided by Leslie Shoshan (Ravenz Gate), who is the singing voice of Hazel Switch. Her CD, “Les Is More” was produced by Brett Hestla (Creed, Dark New Day) and Justin Thomas (Dark New Day).
The award-winning, dance/pop duo, Sugarbeach, whose music has hit the Outvoice Top 40 charts also provides original music for Switch Hazel, and the singing for Linda Andersson’s character, Mega Watts.
Additional music is provided by MJ Lallo; L.A. music scene veteran, Gina Acuña; and Arielle LaGuette with a song co-written with Joe Rodriguez (guitarist for A Flock of Seagulls)
For more information and VOD screening venues, please visit: http://www.TheGridZom.com