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The filmmakers behind the indie zombie flick Collapse just contacted Fangoria with a few photos from their production which wrapped appropriately on Halloween. Co-directed by Jason Bolinger and "Insane" Mike Saunders (frequent collaborators on other indie fare such as The Bag Man and Lights, Camera, Kill), the film stars Chris Mulkey (of the recent werewolf pic Dark Moon Rising, Cloverfield, First Blood, and more) as Robert Morgan, a small-town farmer that finds himself fortifying his home to protect his family from a zombie outbreak.
Toby Sells (Zombieland, My Super Psycho Sweet 16) handled make-up FX for the zombies, which the producers tell Fango are of the "classic, slow" variety, while Sells gave them the more modern "freshly dead" look. Scream Queen Linnea Quigley makes an appearance in the film as well, alongside Karen Landry (Mulkey's real-life wife).
Check out the photos below, then hit up the film's Facebook page for a whopping 4500+ more. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (James Zahn)
So this surfaced on YouTube today...apparently zombies in new flick, Collapse, currently being lensed in Des Moines, Iowa had a few moments to reflect on their on undead state and do a little boogie:
Haven't heard of this flick yet, but according to the IMDb it's being directed by one Insane Mike Saunders and will star Linnea Quigley (Return of the Living Dead, Sorority Babes At The Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama), Chris Mulkey ("Cloverfield), and Karen Landry. No official site listed but the production does have a Facebook Group. Also: Collapse on IMDb »
2 items from 2009
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