Sun Aug 14, 2022

Volunteer survivors and ‘scalpers’ needed Saturday

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In a scene from “Population Purge” shot in Fair Bluff, a man gives a blood transfusion to a woman who has been poisoned under a government plot.

Myrtle Beach filmmaker Brian Johnson is calling for more local “extras” as he prepares to shoot the biggest scene of his dystopian thriller “Population Purge” Saturday in Fair Bluff. The work is on a volunteer basis. 

The independent screenwriter-director-producer describes his project as “an apocalyptic film with a Steven King

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