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Geek Legacy Launches Its First Kickstarter for the Feature Film NON-STOP TO COMIC-CON

Posted on November 5, 2013 at 3:56 pm by David "Snackbar" Edmundson

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It has been an unparalleled pleasure to bring you the latest and greatest in Geek news and reviews for the last year and a half. Over that timeframe we have supported numerous Kickstarter Campaigns, and now we are launching one of our very own for the feature film Non-Stop to Comic-Con. The film is a Geek Odyssey of sorts and follows three “geeks” on a pilgrimage to the Mecca of Geek-dom: San Diego Comic-Con. No story worth telling is free of perils, and Non-Stop is no exception. Our heroes’ paths are obstructed by anti-geek religious zealots, a malfunctioning plane, an overwound co-pilot, and a first-class section ripe with porn stars. The Editors of Geek Legacy have spent their lives making films, and have worked on numerous features over the past ten years.

jurassicgeek-whiteOur Kickstarter rewards are right up any geek’s alley. There are even levels where we will come to you and throw a Halo or Dungeons & Dragons party for you and a couple of your friends. Once funded, principle photography will take place in January of next year, with the hope being to screen it at next year’s San Diego Comic-Con.

We understand that times are tough, but anything you can give will help tremendously in our efforts. Pledges start as low as $1, but if you can’t financially afford that, we would love to enlist you as one of our Geek Ambassadors. All you need to do is share our Kickstarter page on your Social Media platform of choice, and make your friends and family aware of the project. This will be a great experience, loaded with behind-the-scenes access and a tremendous outpouring of positive geek undertones. No longer are we the outcasts, this is our time, let’s make it count!

Official Synopsis for Non-Stop to Comic-Con;

Eric is a self-admitted geek, and never quite felt like he fit in. Outcast all his life, he and his small circle of friends would prefer socializing online, playing video games, or going to midnight movie screenings than engage in socially deemed “normal” activities. This ragtag bunch of misfits has long dreamt of making the pilgrimage to the pinnacle of all things geek: San Diego Comic-Con. This year they’re finally going to make it happen, but it’s not going to be easy. They are going to face crazy exes, a trigger-happy pilot with PTSD, a cult of anti-geek religious activists, and a whole first class section full of porn stars, all while on a malfunctioning plane that will crash if they don’t overcome their differences and work together to survive.

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