It's been called one of the best zombie films in years, and after scooping up heaps of acclaim on both the festival and VOD circuits, Jeremy Gardner's must-see film The Battery (review) is headed to home video, courtesy of our friends over at Scream Factory. Release details await!
This week's box office offerings just not doing it for you? Well don't worry, kids, because the 2014 New Hollywood Online Film Festival is here to save you from the doldrums of the local cineplex. Read on for details.
For the second year in a row, Cineplex Entertainment and Raven Banner Entertainment are teaming up to bring a series of new horror flicks to our friends up in Canada, and this year's roster includes festival faves like Cheap Thrills and The Battery.
More eye candy has been rolling in from AFM at a nice steady pace, and next up is the sales art for the ultra low-budget zombie movie The Battery (review), written and directed by and starring Connecticut native Jeremy Gardner.
What better way to find out what movies festival-goers liked best than to simply ask them? Well, the Toronto After Dark film festival did just that! They polled over 4,200 attendees and came up with a list of winners in several categories.
The ultra low-budget zombie movie The Battery (review), written and directed by and starring Connecticut native Jeremy Gardner, is making its VOD bow on June 4th! Consider this your friendly reminder!
Several months back we brought you a glowing review of the ultra low-budget zombie movie The Battery (review here), written and directed by and starring Connecticut native Jeremy Gardner.
What does $6,000 buy these days? A house? Not likely. A car? Nothing you'd want to trust on a long trip. How about the total production cost of a full-length zombie film? Surely you jest. I jest not…and don't call me Shirley (sorry, had to be done). Yes, folks, filmmaker Jeremy Gardner and his four-person crew did just that: shot a feature-length zombie film entitled The Battery for $6K, and they've got an impressive trailer to prove it.