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Amerigeddon poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byMike Norris
Screenplay byGary Heavin
Produced bySanford Hampton
Diane Heavin
Gary Heavin
Valerie Norris
David Timmes
StarringAliya Astaphan
Rich Bentz
Giovannie Cruz
Music byDenis Kashoid
Distributed bySony Pictures Home Entertainment (2016 US DVD)
Sunfilm Entertainment (2018 German DVD)
Tiberius Film (2018) (German DVD and Blu-ray)
Release date
  • May 13, 2016 (2016-05-13) (United States)
Running time
92 minutes

Amerigeddon is a 2016 American action film directed by Mike Norris and written by Gary Heavin and Chase Hunter.[1] The film describes a fictional attack on the United States by its own government, working in concert with a global Elitist organization and the United Nations. Heavin has said that he regards the events in the film as a "very real threat".[1][2]

The film was shot on Heavin's Central Texas ranch and in nearby towns, and most cast members were recruited locally.[1]

The film was released on May 13, 2016.[1]


In the near future, a terrorist organization backed both by the United Nations and a shadowy European billionaire globalist, disables the United States of America's power grid with an electromagnetic pulse attack. The current president, who is actually a puppet of the United Nations, declares martial law and UN Task Force consisting of mostly soldiers of Chinese and Russian nationalities occupy the country. A detachment of US soldiers is ordered to help the UN forces stage false-flag attacks and make the American public more open to the UN occupation, but one of them refuses and defects from the US forces and regroups with his patriotic family. The family and their allies fight to save their little part of the United States and send a message to the UN that America will not be controlled by globalists. The patriots successfully resist the initial UN assault after an intense battle, but the main characters indicate that the war is just beginning.



  1. ^ a b c d Hays, Julie (May 11, 2016). "Movie filmed in Central Texas to debut across the U.S." KWTX. Retrieved June 8, 2016.
  2. ^ "About the Movie". Archived from the original on June 5, 2016. Retrieved June 8, 2016.

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