Blue World Order; Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Arrived January 16th, VOD, DVD
Writer(s): Ché Baker, Dallas Bland, Sarah Mason
Release Date: January 16, 2018
Release Format: Video On Demand, DVD
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: TBD
After a nuclear war decimated the Northern Hemisphere, the surviving population was infected with a deadly bacterium. In an attempt to rebuild civilization, a self-appointed government called The Order distributed an immunization to the bacteria, which inadvertently killed all the children. Only one man, Jake Slater, remained immune. The only child that survived is his daughter, Molly. Now, Jake scavenges the wasteland searching for a way to keep her alive, unaware that she is the key to the survival of humankind.
Blue World Order will release nationwide on Digital Video On Demand Platforms and DVD on January 16, 2018. The Sci-Fi film is directed by Ché Baker and Dallas Bland. Co-written by Sarah Mason. Distribution by Random Media.
Blue World Order released on several platforms, including:
Digital Video On Demand
Amazon Instant Video
The Blue World Order trailer filled with high action-packed scene clips. As the synopsis suggests, a population devastated by war. Some scenes also suggest Drama and Suspense. A lot of attention falls on a young girl who was the only child to survive. Suspicious minds require answers. Now, everything falls on Jake and his young daughter, Molly.
Blue World Order is the first feature from writer-directors Che Baker and Dallas Bland. The duo collected the awards for Best Film at the Canberra International Film Festival and the LA Invasion Film Festival amid screenings around the world.
Blue World Order looks like an emotional Drama, Suspense that will keep the viewer on its toes. Productions with the Apocalyptic theme and filled with war are, more often than not, successful productions. Not to mention the title is one that has peaked interest with many talks and controversies of a New World Order, which has surfaced over the years. Films such as these involve sensitive subjects that can capture most audiences.