As far as we’re concerned, you can never have too many zombies movies. Except of course for the really low-budget ones where the dead consist of nothing more than people in pale make-up who’ve been splashed with stage blood. Yeah, you can keep those, thanks.
Variety reports that Backwoods director Koldo Serra (pictured right) will be at the helm for Perros Muertos (translated Dead Dogs), the latest foreign outing with flesheaters for Antonia Nava and Sagrario Santorum’s Nava Entertainment.
Dig on the plot crunch — “Perros” has a petty criminal, Cocacolo, pulling a Barcelona bank job and fleeing south, just as a family leaves Northern Spain for holidays. The motley group join together in the Spanish countryside to battle a zombie outbreak sparked by the locals’ consumption of adulterated rapeseed oil.
Yeah, dude. You may wanna avoid rapeseed. That shit can’t possibly be good for you. Perros Muertos begins shooting in October.
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