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Flesh-Eating, Undead Gun Slingers... The O.K. Corral Was Never Like This!

It’s Dawn of the Dead meets High Noon in the bloody, cowboys vs. zombies film The Dead and the Damned. And it's finally going to be on DVD July 26 from Inception Media Group.

Synopsis:
Hot on the trail of a renegade Apache warrior, gun-slinging bounty hunter Mortimer passes through an 1849 California gold rush town, where local miners direct him into the mountains to track his prey.

While he is gone, the miners unearth a meteor that has landed in their sleepy town. As they crack it open, an explosion releases toxic spores, which quickly infect the entire population, transforming them into blood-thirsty, mutant zombies.

Following a ferocious battle, Mortimer triumphantly returns to town with his Indian captive in shackles … only to find themselves surrounded by a ravenous horde of the undead. Now the two enemies must band together if they are to escape the horrors of The Dead and the Damned!



The Dead and the Damned is presented in widescreen with an aspect ratio of 16x9 (1.78:1) and 5.1 digital surround sound.

Pre-order Dead and the Damned.

Watch the trailer and check out the sell sheet after the break.






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Anonymous (10 years ago) Reply

...sigh.......

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Anonymous (10 years ago) Reply

a great idea, a shitty execution, it's prince of darkness all over again

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skullan (10 years ago) Reply

After watching the trailer for Project Purgatory: Beijing, this looks like Oscar Material.

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Anonymous (10 years ago) Reply

Zombies sell!
Westerns sell!
A Zombie western is ... one of the stupidest ideas ever ...

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Anonymous (10 years ago) Reply

It's an insult to both Clint Eastwood and George Romero to include their names on that sell sheet. (And I say that after sitting through that latest travesty that Romero put out).

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Fox (10 years ago) Reply

Oh, another one of those glorious undead-movies (now in combination with another genre! Whew, it´s innovative!) no one really needs or cares for! And the ad (spiced up by the amazing wisdom of the allmighty sellers of this 120 million dollar blockbuster movie says it all: Consumers must be as braindead as the products they desperately need to buy!
EVERYBODY involved in this project should be shot to the dark side of the moon.


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