Turbo Cola Clip Teases 1999 Convenience Store Heist Gone Wrong


The new movie turbo cola is available to watch on digital, and to coincide with the release, we can share an exclusive clip from the film. A coming-of-age drama set on the last night of 1999, the film takes viewers back to a bygone era when many feared what “Y2K” would bring as a young man hatches a plan to kick off the new millennium with a lot of stolen money.. You can preview the film by watching our exclusive clip below.

turbo cola is an independent film based on the play New Year’s Eve at Stop N Go by Samantha Oty. The film is the feature debut of director Luke Covert and producer Brandon Keeton. The film stars Nick Stoesser, Jared Spears, Jordyn Denning, Landon Tavernier, Brooke Maroon, Anthony Notarile, Erin Nordseth, Brandon Keeton, Erik Neill and Michelle Hall. Matthew Kiskis co-wrote the screenplay and Dennis Robert Thomas served as cinematographer.


You can read an official synopsis for turbo cola below.

Austin Morris forgoes the biggest party of the year to work overtime at the Quality Mart, much to the chagrin of his friends and his new girlfriend, Mary Jane. What his friends don’t know is that his real plan is to rob the store’s ATM with his stoner sidekick, Swearsky, so he can be with the girl of his dreams. This New Year’s Eve… 1999… will change everything.

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Turbo Cola is set in the 1990s

To make the shoot successful turbo cola, the filmmakers filmed at a gas station in New Cumberland for two weeks after convincing the owners to close up shop a bit earlier at night during that time. The cast and crew then spent that time shooting at night from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. ATMs and the purchase of counterfeit legal notes dating back to the 1990s.”

“We did a photo shoot before going on set the very first night. [The actor] Anthony Notarile, he plays the character of Eric. He showed up to the photo shoot in an outfit that I actually owned in 1999, waist deep. producer Brandon Keeton told PennLive, noting how nostalgic filming the period piece was.

The story is inspired by New Year’s Eve at Stop N Go, a play written by Samantha Oty. On why he agreed to helm the project at Keeton’s request, director Luke Covert added: “I really, really enjoyed acting. And I thought it was a pretty compact story that we could make it – we didn’t. no helicopters flying over the Nile or anything like that.

turbo cola is available for rental and purchase on digital. You can watch the official trailer below.


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