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2013 | 2010

2 items from 2013


Reel Zombies Take a Bite Out of Your DVD Collection Next February

15 November 2013 11:02 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The mockumentary Reel Zombies began its extended festival run way back in 2008, scooping up awards and acclaim at various festivals around the country. Six years later, Synapse Films finally brings it home. Read on for details, and check out the trailer right here!

The film stars Michael Masters, David J. Francis, Stephen Papadimitriou, and Sam Hall.

Synopsis

Independent underground filmmakers Mike Masters and David J. Francis (playing themselves) are eager to complete the third film in their Zombie Night film trilogy, a series of rather unsuccessful low-budget, shot-on-video gorefests. The problem, however, is a recent zombie apocalypse has taken over the world since their series began. The dead are rising from their graves and eating the living… for real this time! Masters and Francis embark on the production of their newest masterpiece anyway, only to discover shooting in a post-apocalyptic world offers many unforeseen challenges. Instead of giving up, they »

- John Squires

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Synapse Films to Release Reel Zombies

15 November 2013 8:30 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Synapse Films have officially announced a February release for Reel Zombies, an independent zombie mockumentary:

“Independent underground filmmakers Mike Masters and David J. Francis (playing themselves) are eager to complete the third film in their Zombie Night film trilogy, a series of rather unsuccessful low-budget, shot-on-video gorefests. The problem, however, is a recent zombie apocalypse has taken over the world since their series began. The dead are rising from their graves and eating the living… for real this time! Masters and Francis embark on the production of their newest masterpiece anyway, only to discover shooting in a post-apocalyptic world offers many unforeseen challenges. Instead of giving up, they decide to capitalize on the cannibalistic catastrophe. No need for latex and fake blood when there’s an entire world of flesh eating undead to add realism to their film, and help save money on special effects costs!

Touching upon the real-life headaches of low-budget filmmaking, »

- Jonathan James

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