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Title: Dead Season Directed by: Adam Deyoe Starring: James C. Burns, Scott Peat, Marissa Merrill and Corsica Wilson Running time: 88 minutes, Unrated Special Features: Filmmaker Commentary, The making of Dead Season, Deleted scenes, Outtakes and Trailer Elvis and Tweeter are two survivors of a zombie apocalypse who find each other on their way to Florida. They obtain a boat with directions to an island that is said to be “walker free.” What they find on the island is a military styled society that may be just as dangerous as the walkers they are trying to escape…then they discover some walkers have the ability to “run.” This is a low-budget [ Read More ] »
A few weeks back, Image Entertainment released the zombie flick Dead Season on DVD everywhere and to support its home debut, Dread Central had the opportunity to chat with writer/producer/editor Loren Semmens about the project.
Dead Season follows a group of survivors a year after a zombie outbreak to a remote island where things aren't exactly as they seem and the undead running amok may not be the biggest threat to the residents living there. Directed by Adam Deyoe, the film stars Scott Peat, James C. Burns, Marissa Merrill and Corsica Wilson.
Check out our interview with Semmens below and look for Dead Season on DVD shelves now.
Dread Central: Can you start off by telling us how Dead Season came about?
Loren Semmens: Well, the director Adam and I had been friends for a while and we had always wanted to make a zombie film together. »
“Dead Season” writer/producer/editor Loren Semmens originally wasn’t going to a write a zombie film when he and “Dead Season” director Adam Deyoe were searching for a place to shoot a completely different film. But the two happened upon the right spot at the right time. “Adam and I traveled to Vieques [part of Puerto Rico], which is the island where we did principal photography. Our goal was to location scout for a different film we were in the process of writing, which was actually a buddy comedy. And when we got Vieques, we realized that these declassified military [sites and chemicals] were the perfect backdrop for something more horror related,” [ Read More ] »
Adam Deyoe’s post-apocalyptic zombie flick Dead Season hit VOD on July 5th and if you’re anticipating the official DVD release, you don’t have long to wait. Dead Season arrives on shelves July 31st. Deyoe, Joshua Klausner and Loren Semmens crafted this flawed but inspired story. James C. Burns, Scott Peat, Marissa Merrill, Corsica Wilson and Marc L. Fusco star. Get a look at the synopsis below as well as a look at the official press release, which promises some nice bonus material for hardcore supplement fans! »
Director: Adam Deyoe. Writers: Adam Deyoe, Joshua Klausner, and Loren Semmens. Cast: James C. Burns, Scott Peat, Marissa Merrill, Corsica Wilson, and Marc L. Fusco. With so many zombie genre films entering the market, this reviewer is wondering if filmmakers are simply trying to capitalize in on the undead craze. Films like The Terror Experiment are simply amateurish and this film added nothing to the genre. Now, Adam Deyoe of Yeti: A Love Story and Psycho Sleepover takes a mediocre stab at this genre from the director's chair. His film, Dead Season, starts from a weak place, a poor script. From here on out, the film feels like amateur hour spent in a tropical paradise. The film begins with the protagonist, Elvis (Scott Peat). He is a lone survivor of a zombie apocalypse. He has a friend who he can talk to on the radio. She is a mysterious figure. »
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When you claim that your upcoming horror flick puts a “riveting new spin on the zombie genre”, you’d better bring your A-game. Because at this point, I think we’ve seen just about everything under the sun. Unless your zombie flick chronicles the adventures of a group of zombie bowlers who wander from city to city, looking for places to play and people to challenge, then you’d better be ready to impress us. The trailer for director Adam Deyoe’s “Dead Season” certainly suggests that he’s headed in the right direction, though looks can be deceiving. Case in point: “Automaton Transfusion”. Don’t even get me started. Have a look at the official synopsis, complete with ballsy proclamation: When a worldwide viral outbreak leads to a plague of zombies scouring the earth for the living, two survivors flee the chaos of America to a remote island, hoping »
- Todd Rigney
When a worldwide viral outbreak leads to a plague of zombies, two survivors flee the chaos of America to a remote island, hoping for a chance to start a new life. What they find is unrelenting horror.
Beyond the hordes of the flesh-hungry undead, the other people already on the island force the pair into a fight-or-die battle amongst themselves. Armed only with crude weapons, they must descend into savagery and cutthroat tactics just to make it through each day.
Adam Deyoe directs. Open wide and feast on the preview...
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It’s been a few years ago since we last heard of and covered Adam Deyoe’s zombie island flick “Dead Season”. It took a couple of years, but the film is apparently now ready for public consumption, with Image Entertainment scheduling the film to land on DVD July 31, 2012. It looks like just a DVD release, with no Blu-ray. Special features will include a “Making of Dead Season” featurette, deleted scene, outtakes, and a trailer. Speaking of which, check out the film’s latest official trailer below. When a worldwide viral outbreak leads to a plague of zombies scouring the earth for the living, two survivors flee the chaos of America to a remote island, hoping for a chance to start a new life. What they find is unrelenting horror. Beyond the hordes of the flesh-hungry undead, the other people already on the island force the pair into a fight-or-die battle amongst themselves. »
Never mind hunting small game. That's for pussies, man. Real warriors have the dead in their sights. Not dead, dead, as that would be too easy. We're talking the living dead of the flesh-eating variety! Come July 31st you can join the hunt on DVD!
Dead Season, directed by Adam Deyoe and starring Scott Peat, Marissa Merrill, James. C. Burns, Corsica Wilson, Marc Fusco, Todd Pritchett, Grant Beijon, Greg Weisman, and Jordan Graham, is coming home via Image Entertainment on July 31st. Extras will include a Making of Dead Season featurette, deleted scenes, outtakes, and the trailer.
When a worldwide viral outbreak leads to a plague of zombies scouring the earth for the living, two survivors flee the chaos of America to a remote island, hoping for a chance to start a new life. What they find is unrelenting horror. Beyond the hordes of the flesh-hungry undead, the other »
- Uncle Creepy
Tagline: "On this island survival is no game." If your zombie survival plan involved finding sanctuary on an island, then Dead Season might make you change your mind. Characters Elvis (Scott Peat) and Tweeter (Marissa Merrill) try this plan when the undead are unleashed across the continental United States. They head for an isolated island in the Caribbean, but here they are enrolled in a fight to stay alive. The residents, already there, only have limited supplies, so Elvis and Tweeter must make themselves welcome with machete and bat. Image Entertainment will release this title on DVD July 31st and fans of the zombie film genre can have a look at the thrilling trailer for Dead Season below. The official DVD artwork is also shown above, in the highest quality version available. Release Date: July 31st, 2012 (DVD). Director: Adam Deyoe. Writers: Joshua Klausner and Loren Semmens. Cast: James C. Burns, »
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10 items from 2012
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