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See the Dead ... Right Now!

Here at Dread Central we love us some zombies, especially of the shambling super-rotted variety! There's just something about those flesh-eaters we just can't get enough of! As a result, we're always on the look-out for the goods and we're always happy to help out an indie filmmaker by showcasing their work. Such is the case with Robert W. Filion's undead opus -- See the Dead.

Check out the film below and let us know what you think!

See The Dead - Short Film

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...Of The Dead making-of leaks online

Last weekend, Zombie enthusiasts gathered in Charlotte, North Carolina to celebrate the work of George A. Romero at American Zombie...George A. Romero'S Film Revolution (see previous item here). The special festival honoring the man through presentations of his work, and that of those he's inspired ran from February 19-22. One piece that was intended to be an exclusive for festival attendees was a look behind-the-scenes of Romero's currently-titled ...Of The Dead.

Someone got their grubby little hands on the screener DVD and video taped the footage while playing back on a small TV. It's now made it's way to YouTube, and you can see it below. It might not last long, so if you want to see it, now's the time to do so.

For more info on the fest click here, and to see a feature we did in November on Robert W. Filion's See The Dead
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See The Dead on Fangoria TV

For three days this past July, the undead took over a residential neighborhood in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Today, Fangoria TV is pleased to present the visual evidence, in the short film, See The Dead.

A loveletter to the zombie genre, created to be seen by "Godfather" George A. Romero himself - Filmmaker Robert W. Filion took the time to give Fangoria the details on the film, and the story behind it - in his own words.

"I wrote “See the Dead” in 1 day and used the first draft as the final. As a fan of the genre, numerous nods are placed throughout the narrative (mostly to Romero’s Dead films).

The following week, my mom passed away, therefore, I neglected pre-production for almost 2 weeks to mourn and be with family. Being an artist herself, she would have understood my need to complete this film, while so many others would
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