On the surface, Andy (Bryan Neal) appears to be just like his teenage peers: curious, sometimes surly and worried about finding his place in the world. But will life improve when he stumbles upon a pair of supergoggles? Or will having X-ray vision be a liability, especially since it comes with the responsibility of confronting an evil scientist (Dennis Haskins) and recovering a weapon that’s set to destroy the entire planet?
Jeff Burr is one of those guys who knew from an early age that he wanted to be involved with film. So at 14, he really knew that he wanted a career somehow in film.
He got started in filmmaking making Super 8 movies as a teenager, then went to film school as an undergrad in L.A., then dropped out after his junior year after making a short film called DIVIDED WE FALL. He worked for Roger Corman in the advertising department, worked on home music videos, etc. . . . and then inspired by indie filmmakers like Romero and Raimi, decided to make an independent horror film, produced by his brother (who raised the money) and Darin Scott.
According to Burr, filmmaking has no finish line. There is no “making it.” Filmmakers just have to crank ‘em out and keep moving ahead. But in the back of his mind, Burr knows he is lucky to have been paid to do something he truly loves.