Playing at this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX is Rob Grant’s Yesterday, which reminds us of other micro-budget horror films with a huge scope like The Other Side and Automaton Transfusion. Below you’ll find the impressive trailer for the zombie flick that features loads of practical gore and plenty of zombies. In the film 6 complete strangers are forced to band together and flee the city when a zombie outbreak occurs. But after making camp in the middle of the wilderness, the group realise its each other they should fear.
Fantastic Fest writes, “Shot in 16mm on a micro-budget of $25,000, YESTERDAY transcends its resources, filling every scene with great practical effects, car crashes, ballistics and, most importantly, cracklingly sharp dramatic and comedic performances by every single principal cast member.”
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