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[AFM ’13] ‘Dead Water’ Infects ‘Midnight Meat Train’ Director’s H2O

“The end of the world, as we know it, came to an end two years ago…”

No One Lives and Midnight Meat Train director Ryuhei Kitamura is making yet another English-langue pic, as the Japanese director behind Versus will helm Dead Water, sources tell Bloody Disgusting.

Currently in production with a shooting budget of $3-5M, the film will be on sale at the upcoming American Film Market in Santa Monica, CA.

“Dead Water follows a heroine and a few scientists who become sealed inside an Eco Station -a self-sufficient environment deep in the desert. The survivors in the Station know the deadly truth. They know that when the end finally came, and it wasn’t what anyone expected.

It wasn’t a virus that killed the planet. It wasn’t a curse from Hell.

It was the water…

A chemical process, triggered somewhere in the world, got out of control and changed the molecular composition of H2O as we know it. Suddenly drinking it, bathing in it, even touching water would change a human into…

Something else.
Something unimaginable.
Something deadly…


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