Independent Zombie Film makers, Producer Mike Masters and Director David J. Francis, the team behind the commercially unsuccessful Zombie Night 1 and 2, have found the climate for Zombie movies has changed significantly after the "real" zombie invasion begins. Hedging on the fact that the Zombie mayhem that has taken a grip on the nation is only a temporary problem, the film makers realize that once normalcy has returned, demand for Zombie product (now outlawed) will be at an all time high. The filmmakers seize an opportunity to do something they were never able to before on their meager budgets, make a memorable zombie film. This time, however, through using real zombies, the film will have an authenticity and production value previously unattainable. They set about "bringing the gang back together" and assemble several key cast and crew members from their past productions (the ones that aren't already dead). With a full crew and a documentarian following them all the way, Masters ... Written by
When the Dead rise. The cameras roll.
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The scene where Basil and Rebecca run away from a car and gasoline drums on fire, took 7 hours with more than 9 vehicle specialists and 5 special effects technicians to prepare for the explosion. The second and largest explosion in the sequence, although delayed by 2 seconds due to wind shift on location and cast not being beyond the "safe zone" created a fireball more than 300 feet high and was seen and heard more than 3 km from the film set. See more
This trilogy of movies, even for the years when we weren't working on it, somehow was sitting in the back of my brain like some kind of parasitic egg it was just slowly sucking out my ability to do anything. I blame this movie series for everything that's wrong with my life.
Well, what about the time you got laid?
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