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More Carnage Fills the Air as The Dead Walk the Earth

More new stills have shambled forth from the new African zombie flick The Dead from co-directors Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford, which is now making the rounds at Cannes, and we are convinced that all we want for Christmas is this movie here. Now. Somewhere Lucio Fulci is smiling from ear-to-ear!

Ready for some head shots? Check out the latest stills below along with two trailers and the plot crunch. Again – we need this film – NOW! Visit the official The Dead website here. Click the images below for some hi-res carnage, and look for more hopefully VERY soon!

Synopsis
An American mercenary, the sole survivor of a plane crash, has to run the gauntlet across Africa, battling with the living dead. Joining forces with a local military man, desperately searching for his son amongst the chaos, they fight together to survive in the first zombie road movie set against the stunning backdrop of Africa.

Shot on locations in Burkina Faso and Ghana, West Africa.

More Carnage Fills the Air as The Dead Walk the Earth (click for larger image)

More Carnage Fills the Air as The Dead Walk the Earth (click for larger image)

More Carnage Fills the Air as The Dead Walk the Earth (click for larger image)

More Carnage Fills the Air as The Dead Walk the Earth (click for larger image)

More Carnage Fills the Air as The Dead Walk the Earth (click for larger image)

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  • AngryChairr

    Whoever wrote that theme is genius. It sounds like it came right out of an ’80s zombie movie, unless of course they used a song from one and I’m just not recognizing it.

  • Gus Bjork

    This stands out in the glut of recent zombie films. Only sticking point would be the lead actor seems wooden.

  • RingoJ

    This already looks 10 times better than the last two Romero movies.

  • James Coker

    Fulci would be smilling ear to ear. It definitly gives that fucl style and oh does it look so promising, plus thank god there is actual slow zombies in it, so fucking tired of the fast kind

  • LSD Zombie

    Now THAT looks like a great fuckin’ zombie film! And what a fantastic and novel location for a zombie apocalypse! The trailer really does give off that classic Fulci feeling of impending dread and doom.

  • BoggyCreekBeast

    Looks more interesting than your usual zombie movie.

  • Terminal

    Ooh this could be very good.
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