Getting tons of hype is Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford’s The Dead, their zombie pic that heads to Africa where Lt Brian Murphy finds himself in extreme conditions and must team up with local Daniel Dembele in order for both men to try and find their way back to what is left of their lives, whilst also battling a terrifying threat from which there seems to be no escape. The pic will have its world premiere at the London Film4 FrightFest (August 26-30), and today we got our hands on the first OFFICIAL trailer, along with a new poster. Check it out inside
“As we gear up for the world premiere at FrightFest London on Mon 30th August and the US premiere at Fantastic Fest on September 24th we bring you a brand new trailer for The Dead with never seen before footage from the film and a much better insight to the vibe Jon & I were going for, in this journey across Africa with the living dead in constant pursuit.. So, sit back, turn up the volume and enjoy The Dead coming at you!” director Howard ford tells Bloody Disgusting.
“For those who have been able to secure premiere tickets to FrightFest, you’ll get the chance to ask the Ford Brothers any burning questions in a Q &A and you’ll also be able to mingle with the two leads who are also flying in for the premiere (Rob Freeman from Canada and Prince David Osei from Ghana) along with many other cast & crew members. So don’t miss your chance to be at this exciting event!”
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