Plue also plans to take the film to iTunes in early 2013 along with Amazon Instant Video, Flixscene and Xbox Live.
Plue, 25, said his role as executive producer has led him to another opportunity. He is making his directorial debut as a co-director with his mother, Lori Kelly-Bailey, of “Terror Incognita,’’ another horror film based in Antarctica.
Plue said his goal is to create an “Antarctica movement’’ by working with people who work and live there. Documentaries have shared the lives of penguins and glaciers, he said, but the natural landscape has “much more to offer’’ in newly created fictional films.
Cinematography for “Terror Incognita’’ will be by Watson and Anthony Powell, whose documentary work has appeared in Discovery programs.
Plue’s film credits include producer for “Mineville,” featuring Paul Sorvino, Bill Sadler and Nick Wechsler and writer for “Silent But Deadly,” starring Jason Mewes. He also is author of a children’s book, “Jacob and the Gnome,’’ which was published earlier this year, and he plans to make the story into an animated feature.
Plue works as a machine operator at Mold-A-Matic, a manufacturer on River Street in Oneonta that produces plastic parts for the U.S. Army and other companies worldwide.