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The Eschatrilogy: Book of the Dead (2012)

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An anthology of three movies set within the zombie genre.

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Stuart Wolfenden ...
The Leader
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Beth (as Sarah Jane Honeywell)
Damian Morter ...
Cal
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Big. S
Tim Mcgill Grieveson ...
Matthew
Paul Collin-Thomas ...
Alex
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The Driver
Zoe Simone ...
Laura
Clay Whitter ...
Daniel
Brooklyn Baker ...
P.C Baker
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Wes
Anna Batho ...
Joanne
Chris Knight ...
Grunt
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George
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Bongo
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A dark figure appears in the night, bringing with him a virus that turns people into monsters. Hoping to gather stories to take back with him to the other side, he meets his opposite, a light figure prepared to do battle with the dark man in order to save the human race... Written by anonymous

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Three Tales of Torment

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Fantasy | Horror

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19 February 2014 (Philippines)  »

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Book of the Dead: The Eschatrilogy  »

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£5,000 (estimated)
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1st Class!
9 September 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was fortunate enough to attend the premiere on 7th September and thoroughly enjoyed this film.    Three stories cleverly interlinking with each other which had me trying to guess how the story would unfold. I even started to build a rapport with some of the characters, albeit unlikely ones and was egging them on .. Naturally not going to give anything away now!   This film is deemed a low budget film, it sure doesn't give that impression to me as the editing and music were 1st class.  Various locations were used as well as a decent sized cast who clearly were giving it their all. The only negative aspect, which isn't really one is that I wanted it to be longer, I didn't want it to end.   Could there be a sequel? .. Yes please says me! ... You will not be disappointed, go see it! 


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