Jeremy Hirsch recently teamed with the Mahal Empire on the production of the sci-fi horror film, Alien Storm starring Tom Arnold and Kevin Sorbo.
There is a long list of horror films that Jeremy Hirsch has been associated with and it’s an impressive list. It’s safe to say that he’s killing it in the world of horror, as he’s been on producer on Bermuda Island, Night of the Tommyknockers, Bridge of the Doomed, Arena Wars, Devil’s Knight, Camp Pleasant Lake, Desperate Souls, Pay or Die, Desert Fiends, and many other films.
Alien Storm synopsis:
Frank McConnelly is a loving father and husband, a brilliant businessman, and a secret doomsday prepper. To celebrate taking his company public, Frank is putting on the party of the year in his Las Vegas Mansion. During the party The President of the United States gives an address warning people to stay inside due to a strange weather pattern that is cutting off communications with major cities across the globe. Suddenly the power goes out as a massive fog bank moves in. In the ensuing chaos Frank escorts people down to the safety of his bunker. Everyone is surprised to see the bunker is actually an underground house complete with a yard and a pool. But, In the thick fog something is stirring. Something that hungers. Will the bunker protect them, or will they be the next meal?
“Working on “Alien Storm“ was a fantastic experience. Michael and Sonny Mahal put together a wonderful team and the filming locations in Las Vegas were spectacular. This was my first time working on a Mahal film, and even though a number of the cast and crew had worked together on numerous films, I quickly felt like a part of the family. Adam Werth did a great job of not only directing the film but keeping the set casual and friendly.
I also had the opportunity to film a scene with the legendary Tom Arnold. He’s been in so many great movies and being able to work with him was a real thrill and definitely one of the highlights of my time on the set.” – Jeremy Hirsch