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Test Group (2015)

An EPIC zombie film that explains HOW the infection starts... raw, gritty indie film by and starring real-life veterans!

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Amy Allyson Oliver ... Kara Hunter
... Dr. Martin Wells
... Lila Murphy
Brendon Earp ... Lucas Bennett
Ondie Daniel ... Mary Atkins
Jayson Cross ... Carl Avondale (as Jayson Duckett)
... Rebecca 'Becky' Dowling
Jeffery James Bucchino ... Steven Bishop
James Wojnowski ... Dr. Jeffrey Coleman
... Kaylee Atkins
... Ronnie Atkins
... Rachel Atkins
... Mr. Andre Anderson
Robert Jones ... Eddie Shultz
... Maggie Bishop
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A visually striking and psychologically... difficult... film to watch. Yes. It's that creepy. With a feel as if "happening" in the late 1980's, Test Group is the "human" story of becoming undead... Sometimes what is not shown or depicted can be down right terrifying... The dark ambience of "Electronica" master Candy Apple Black, the vibe only forces the viewer into deeper, darker places with their own separate issues... Premieres Halloween 2015 in Atlanta! Written, Directed and Produced by Keith Bailey. Co-Produced by Ginger Paige and Albert Roberts.

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$35,000 (estimated)
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Referenced in Brainfood Reviewed: Zombieland & Are We Alive (2017) See more »

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Dead Lift
by Candle Apple Black, (C) 2014
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you know how some indie movies suddenly wrap up
29 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

as if they ran out of P & M's good will and money? Test Group will make you wish that happened; for a budget of $35K stretching out the movie over two and a half hours is itself award worthy. Inspirational as well, as I was motivated to turn up the volume and go about apartment cleaning. The production quality overloaded the compensation/upscaling circuitry on a 4K TV, which did its best to bring it up to VCR quality. With less self indulgent editing there is a good movie in here. Boobies would have been appreciated as well.


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