Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Battle at Beaver Creek released for FREE

Brian Taylor and En Queue Film are happy to release Battle at Beaver Creek online for FREE.
Watch, Share and Beware!

Monday, September 21, 2015

See BABC for FREE Dec 21

Battle at Beaver Creek will be released online, for free, everywhere and in perpetuity on December 21, 2016.

Please do stay tuned...

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Reviews of Battle at Beaver Creek

More great reviews are coming in for Battle at Beaver Creek. This time from Finland.
(My Grandmother was a Taivalmaa) Thank you Finland.

Thank you Zombie Media Database for reviewing the film.
I hadn't really thought of pursuing the zombie angle of Battle at Beaver Creek.
My characters do suffer at the hands of mind control.
I guess I always thought of zombies as needing to be the undead.
You have turned me around on this. :)

ZMDB also summed up the film very nicely:
"In the near future, resources are running out. Only the rich have access to oil anymore. Satellites are used to turn regular people into mind-controlled zombies. They are usually made to fight. It seems an enemy may be invading Alaska. Two young men are sent as part of a rough group of soldiers. Are they really fighting a genuine enemy? Or is all of this an elaborate fantasy? What is the truth?"

Check out their review here 

Check out more awesome reviews here

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Rent the film for a buck

You can now see Battle at Beaver Creek for only $1.
Please click the giant player at the top of this page to stream the film at REELHOUSE.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Battle at Beaver Creek released on DVD

Brian C. Taylor and En Queue Film are pleased to announce that Battle at Beaver Creek has been released on DVD at Amazon, via CreateSpace.

720p 16 x 9

Contains: Director's commentary, subtitles and special feature the Making of B@BC

$12.99 US + shipping
Order now

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

The Making of Battle at Beaver Creek

En Queue Film is happy to release the official Making of Battle at Beaver Creek by Kora Vanderlip.
Kora, in addition to helping shoot the movie, also recorded many days worth of behind the scenes footage. After interviewing Brian, Kora made this video that will be on the DVD.
Please check it out!

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Thank you, Castanet

The little story Jen Z did on Okanagan filmmakers has sent a bit of traffic to our little movie.
Thank you Jen and thank you Castanet.
Here is a link to the full story

And here is the video portion: