Syfy's "Day of Disasters" boasts the premiere of original movie, Storm War, Saturday @9/8c.
When the government stops funding scientist Marcus Grange's (Stacy Keach, Bored to Death) dangerous experiments, revenge is sought through the use of weather as a weapon of terror. Jason London (The Devil's Tomb, Dazed & Confused) and Wes Brown (Private Practice, Hart of Dixie) play Grange's sons who dare stand against the storm, working to stop their murderous father from destroying Washington, DC.
Storm War co-stars Erin Cahill (Power Rangers Time Force, Supernatural), Gary Grubbs (Angel, Treme), Lance E. Nichols (Treme), Indigo (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Treme), and, Stanton Barrett (regular stunt double to both Jason Lee & Peter Facineli).
Check out the pics and trailer below, then catch the maelstrom of mayhem in Storm War this Saturday @9/8c, part of Syfy's Day of Disasters. Is this the way the world ends? Imagine Greater.
Lance E. Nichols & Jason London in Storm War.
Wes Brown & Erin Cahill in Storm War.
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A proud member of NBCUniversal's and A+E Television Networks’ Digital Media Teams, Nightfly routinely interviews producers, creators and stars of various network programs and films with a concentrated emphasis on the Syfy channel. Formally educated in Communications, Computer Science and Music, his résumé reflects more than a decade broadcasting in the fields of television and radio. With pieces routinely published at ScreenFad and Press Pass L.A., his primary areas of interest include TV, film, music, web series, comic books, fashion, pen 'n paper RPG gaming as well as various other pop-culture topics. An avid Twitter user, Nightfly supports the arts, the entertainment community, numerous charities and crowdfunding projects through his journalistic netizenship and non-partisan, multicultural-centric activism.
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