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Try Not to Catch the Plague in this Preview for Night of Something Strange

13 March 2014 1:34 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Night of Something Strange is an indie horror film from writers Ron Bonk and Jonathan Straiton. A trailer for this feature was released late last year. Most recently, a few stills were released for the film; two are hosted here. Fans of indie horror are encouraged to take a look at this zombie horror. The film's story begins with several friends out on vacation. They end up in a seedy hotel and a strange viral infection is spreading from character to character. Once infected, the person turns into a living nightmare. There are no release details for the film currently. But, fans of horror can preview some of the creepy creatures from the film right here. Director: Jonathan Straiton. Writers: Ron Bonk and Jonathan Straiton. Cast: Brinke Stevens, Nicola Fiore, Kera O'Bryon, Wayne W. Johnson and Kirk Lasalle. A trailer for Night of Something Strange is here: ) A fan page »

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Trailer and Details Arrive for Night of Something Strange

5 March 2014 8:30 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Just yesterday we told you about Jonathan Straiton's new zombie film Night of Something Strange, and today we have plot details and the first trailer. Don't ever say we don't work quickly.

The flick stars Rebecca C. Kasek, Trey Harrison, Wayne W Johnson, Toni Ann Gambale, Michael Merchant, John Walsh, Tarrence Taylor, Nicola Fiore, Janet Mayson, Kirk Lasalle, Billy Garberina, Wes Reid, and Brinke Stevens.

In the movie teenage friends out for beach week get unexpectedly detoured to a creepy motel where a deadly Std virus now runs rampant, turning those infected into the living dead.

For more info as it comes, visit the official Night of Something Strange website, "like" Night of Something Strange on Facebook, and follow director Jonathan Straiton on Twitter.

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Zombies Rise in the Night of Something Strange

4 March 2014 9:30 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

There's nothing like a good zombie movie, man. When one is firing on all cylinders, magic happens. In terms of Jonathan Straiton's new film Night of Something Strange, we are hoping for the best! Check out the first stills and more.

The flick stars Rebecca C. Kasek, Trey Harrison, Wayne W Johnson, Toni Ann Gambale, Michael Merchant, John Walsh, Tarrence Taylor, Nicola Fiore, Janet Mayson, Kirk Lasalle, Billy Garberina, Wes Reid, and Brinke Stevens.

No plot details are available at this time, but according to IMDb's Plot Keywords, the film involves "Zombie - Gore - Tampon - Blood - Std". With a list like that, how could we Not give the movie a mention?

For more info as it comes, visit the official Night of Something Strange website, "like" Night of Something Strange on Facebook, and follow director Jonathan Straiton on Twitter.

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