Trailer, First Images From ‘The Dead 2′ Resurrected

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The Ford Brothers, the British director, writer and producer team behind the acclaimed African-set zombie road movie The Dead, are in post-production with The Dead 2: India – the first-ever International production of a zombie film shot in India.

“The Dead 2: India follows the story of American engineer Nicholas Burton (Joseph Millson) in a race against time to reach his pregnant girlfriend Ishani Sharma (Meenu). Burton enlists the help of an orphan street kid Javed (Anand Goyal) and together they make a perilous 300 mile journey across deadly landscapes as a zombie apocalypse threatens to engulf the entire nation.

Filmed in five weeks, in locations across India, including Rajasthan, Delhi and Mumbai, THE DEAD 2: INDIA is a Ford Brothers Film by Latitude Films, in association with Road Trip Pictures and stars Joseph Millson, Meenu, Anand Goyal, Sandip Datta Gupta & Poonam Mathur. It is written and directed by Howard J Ford & Jon Ford and produced by Howard J Ford. Executive Producer is Amir Moallemi, Special & Visual Effects by Dan Rickard, Special Make-Up Effects by Stuart Browne & Max Van De Banks. Director of Photography is Jon Ford and Music is by Imran Ahmad

We have upped our game immensely in scale and adrenaline fuelled action sequences with some terrifying situations in locations never seen before in the genre. Strap in, and get ready for the epic journey,” Howard J Ford promises.

  • djblack1313

    looks good!

  • Jasonicus

    I bet all of the zombies smell like curry.

  • suedepup

    Impressive. Despite its rough edges, I quite enjoyed the 1st film. Looking forward to this.

  • frankstark

    well at least they did not throw in a music number, but all kidding aside i’m pretty interested in this sequel cause i have seen the first one and would like to see how this one goes if they are going to do more in other countries or other parts of the world.

    • djblack1313

      frankstark, i was wondering this too. it would be interesting to see many different parts of the world go through this. first Africa (the 1st movie right?) now India, then……???

  • undertaker78

    Sweet. I thoroughly enjoy the first part. This one appears to have that classic, vintage look from the Romero/Fulci period. Bring it on.