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Christopher Webster [Celluloid 08.04.09] post apocalyptic movie news



Director Stephen Hadden just dropped us a line to let us know his grisly post-apocalyptic themed horror film BIO-DEAD will have its world premiere via nationwide video-on-demand on Thursday August 6, 2009 through Time Warner, Bright House and Charter digital cable providers.

Synopsis:
Set in the not-too-distant future, “BIO-DEAD” takes place during the aftermath of a bioterrorist attack that has killed twelve million people and rendered Southern California uninhabitable. The once thriving mecca has now become a contaminated wasteland known as “The Zone”. Hazmat teams are dispatched into “The Zone” to search for survivors and document all casualties.

When a lone hazmat team enters a seemingly abandoned building after dark, the men begin to experience terrifying hallucinations and soon realize that they are not alone. Trapped inside the compound with no escape, the terrified team finds themselves locked in a struggle for survival against a vicious predator… and each other.


The cast of BIO-DEAD includes Derek Long (Socket, 3-Day Weekend), Matthew C. Norton (Queer as Folk, America’s Next Top Model), Tony Williams (Untold Stories of the ER), Rick Hall (Red Spirit Lake, Ferrum 5000) and Jacob W. Gentry (Kiss From Calcutta).

For more information about the movie and movie trailer visit: www.bio-dead.com.



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Richie (12 years ago) Reply

Looks great! I'm definitely going to check it out.

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entizari (12 years ago) Reply

any news on a DVD release, for those not in the US?

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Stephen Hadden (12 years ago) Reply

The VOD premiere for BIO-DEAD has been pushed back to AUGUST 20th. The film will be available through Time Warner, Bright House and Charter digital cable providers.

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matt (12 years ago) Reply

PLEASE DON'T WATCH THIS MOVIE. HORRIBLE. The audio was really bad with guys wearing the gas masks 80% of the time. Acting was crap.

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joel (12 years ago) Reply

Watched it on Charter On Demand last night. Decent indie flick. Cool hazmat suits. Good post-apoc atmosphere.


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