Shot on location in Vieques, Puerto Rico, the island that was previously home to naval test bombings for decades, is Adam Deyoe’s Dead Season, which stars James C. Burns, Scott Peat, Marissa Merrill, Corsica Wilson, Marc L. Fusco, and Todd Pritchett. Bloody Disgusting has scored the first ever stills and trailer debut for the indie zombie feature that was shot entirely on the Canon 7D camera. Get all the goodies, along with the story details beyond the break.
“This movie was a real challenge to make, but in a good way.” said producer Loren Semmens. “DEAD SEASON is more than a zombie movie. It deals with ‘what if’ situations in a post-apocalyptic society; realistic decision making that is necessary for survival.”
“DEAD SEASON tells the story of two post-zombie outbreak survivors, Elvis and Tweeter, as they escape America to find a safe haven on a tropical island. Upon arriving, they are forced to deal with a newly formed community that is anything but civil.”
The film stars James C. Burns, Scott Peat and Marissa Merrill. Burns will be familiar to gaming fans anxiously awaiting the release of “Call of Duty: Black Ops” in November: he plays central character Sgt. Frank Woods.
Shot on location in Vieques, Puerto Rico, the island that was previously home to naval test bombings for decades, Dead Season is the first feature film to shoot there since the original Lord of the Flies!
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