Local production company premieres latest vampire film, ‘Road Less Traveled 3’ – and these vampires don’t sparkle

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Tired of sparkling vampires? If so, you’ll wanna catch this weekend’s Road Less Traveled premiere. Man on the Run, a local production company, will premiere Road Less Traveled 3: Vanishing Point at MADCAP Theater in Tempe this Saturday night. The final movie in the Road Less Traveled trilogy will be preceded by a special screening of Road Less Traveled 2: Path Not Taken.

A hard-hitting vampire tale, the Road Less Traveled saga is:

an episodic Vampire series where the bloodsuckers don’t sparkle in the sun…they catch fire. And humans don’t know they exist…except the U.S. military. That’s where all the problems start.

The series was shot over a period of 6 months in Phoenix, Glendale and Mesa. It features an all-star cast of over 90 local actors.

The screening starts at 7:30pm on Saturday, October 23rd, at MADCAP Theater in Tempe, and will include two 1-hour episodes – Road Less Traveled 2: Path Not Taken, and Road Less Traveled 3: Vanishing Point, plus a 12-minute webisode.

Tickets are $7 and are available on the MADCAP website and Brown Paper Tickets. Tickets will also be for sale at the door the night of the event. The first 100 guests will receive a free copy of Episodes 2 & 3 on DVD. There will also be a short Meet the Cast and Q&A session after the films, as well as an after-party on Mill Avenue immediately following.

Check out Man on the Run for more details, info, trailers, and more. And make sure to watch Road Less Traveled: Episode 1, now streaming free online.

Watch the trailers for Episodes 2 & 3 below:

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