The Conversation: The Movie 'Birdemic: Shock and Terror'

ABC's Sharyn Alfonsi talks with the man behind "Birdemic: Shock and Terror."

March 26, 2010— -- Screeching blood thirsty birds, low-budget effects, romance and horror. If you feel like your life is missing out on any of these elements than "Birdemic: Shock and Terror" is the movie for you!

Director and writer James Nguyen, first tried to submit his film to Sundance Film Festival, but when it was rejected, he did the next best thing, showing it in local Park City Utah bars. Now it is a hit in cult movie circles, with midnight showings in several cities.

In today's Conversation ABC's Sharyn Alfonsi gets a peek at the film that is thrilling late night crowds across the country. Nguyen and Alfonsi discuss what drove him to make the film, and what he thinks about the surprisingly enthusiastic reaction it has received. Hear how this $10,000 film has led to a $1 million development deal for Nguyen and what is working on next.

All this and more in today's Conversation. It is sure to shock and terrify you!

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