Since the early 2000s, WFG has been a fan of Scottish indie filmmaker Ara Paiaya‘s work, which has been noticed thanks to his collaborations with the likes of Gary Daniels (Skin Traffik) and Lou Ferrigno (Instant Death). Now, Paiaya is tackling his next grand adventure in the form of a Game of Thrones parody.
Purge of Kingdoms, an “unauthorized” parody of the hit HBO series that makes its end this season, revolves around the Nobles from the Eight Kingdoms who make their way to Kings Shire for “Purge Fest 3000” with hopes of ending the violence between them. Meanwhile, the Fat King is putting his evil plan into place to destroy them. Behind his back, members of the Fat King’s own family are plotting to overthrow him. As the celebration begin, the backstabbing continues and the body count rises.
Lou Ferrigno, Anna Hutchison, Angus MacFadyen, Madison McKinley, Adam Bond, and Armando Gutierrez star in this raucous epic from Paiaya with Gutierrez producing from a script by Damian Romay.
Purge of Kingdoms is getting a limited theatrical release and On Demand release on July 19th.
Thanks to Ara Paiaya for letting WFG of the news!