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Dead Moon Rising (2007)

Unrated | | Comedy, Horror | 1 April 2007 (USA)
A mysterious disease overtakes the world, and the infected develop a hankering for human flesh. Jim and his fellow Cheapskate Car Rental clerks are oblivious to the changes going on right ... See full summary »

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Mark E. Poole

Writer:

Mark E. Poole
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Crowe Jason Crowe ... Jim
Mike Seely ... Nick
Erica Goldsmith Erica Goldsmith ... April
Gary Williams Gary Williams ... Dick
Tucky Williams ... Vix
Kiki Wallace Kiki Wallace ... Myrtle
Derek Miller Derek Miller ... Albert
Jennifer Shank Jennifer Shank ... Sarah
Chris Albro Chris Albro ... Bruce
Jeff Mitchell Jeff Mitchell ... Scar
Cory J. Grace Cory J. Grace ... Bob (as Corey Grace)
Gracie Maddox Gracie Maddox ... Vicky Mays
Dillon Owen Dillon Owen ... Young Jim
Warren Maddox Warren Maddox ... Young Bruce
Autumn Barefoot Autumn Barefoot ... Mornin Y'all Host
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Storyline

A mysterious disease overtakes the world, and the infected develop a hankering for human flesh. Jim and his fellow Cheapskate Car Rental clerks are oblivious to the changes going on right outside their door, until it literally gets right in their faces. Jim struggles with disgruntled customers, hordes of cannibals, the barely legal April, his certifiable ex-girlfriend Vix (the sexy "Terminatrix"), reconciling issues with his brother, an aversion to guns, and the "pants thing." Can Jim pull it together and rally Louisville's remaining bike gangs and defeat the infected hordes? Maybe with the help of 1000 rounds a minute minigun... Written by Mark E. Poole

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Taglines:

Girls, Ghouls & Guns... What Else Do You Need For A Good Time?

Genres:

Comedy | Horror

Certificate:

Unrated

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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 April 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

War of the Living Dead 2 See more »

Filming Locations:

Louisville, Kentucky, USA

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Budget:

$50,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Anubis Digital Studios See more »
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?

Goofs

When character Vix makes her first appearance in the film she uses her sword to slice and dice a number of zombies but her sword had not a drop of blood on it and is extremely clean. See more »

Quotes

Jim: Enter Vix, every mans wet dream. That is, if your taste gravitates towards being on the receiving end of an S&M castration fanatsy.
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DMR is a blast!
4 November 2007 | by brice222See all my reviews

So this is what I have been waiting for. Real reviews from people who have nothing to do with the film nor live in Louisville. Now in truth I figured it would be rough. I know what kind of film we have and I make no bones about it.

However the film IS fun. We did indeed have a blast on set. The film does have it's rough points. I mean its a no budget film. But if you rent these films looking for Oscar worthy productions then you're looking in the wrong place. However if you rent these films because you're a fan of low budget B-movies then DMR is for you.

It's fun. It's campy. It's a B-Movie! I love it. I'm proud to call it my film debut and I look forward to doing part 2!

My original post: OK so I may be a little bias since I did star in the film and it was my first starring role... However I am first and foremost a fan of low budget indie films.

Now I will agree the film has it's moments where one has to stretch the imagination, but what film doesn't? DMR is a great first outing for Mark Poole and Anubis Digital Productions. It's well written and very funny. The music is really well done and I think the acting was above par for an indie film.

No I'm not talking about me (I always feel I can do better) I'm talking about Mike Seely (DMR's Nick) That guy is hilarious. I personally think he stole the film and I loved working with him in our scenes together. Gary Williams is another funny man and was very enjoyable to watch on screen. As well as Tucky Williams and Kiki Wallace... Hell honestly I thought everyone did a great job...

Mark Poole created a fun film full of likable characters and sharp humor. He did one hell of a job directing his first film. I mean handling 1200 extras in one scene as seamlessly as he did was a sight to be seen. Mark is someone who loves what he does and has a blast doing it. Every day on set was a great day and Mark was always there at the end of the day with a hug and a word of encouragement...

HE and the cast and crew of DMR became like my family and made every day on set unforgettable.

So if you love indie films and want to have a great time, check out DMR. I promise its a fun ride!


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