We’ve been keeping a close watch on the Spanish language action horror film Zombie Dawn for quite some time now, and we’re happy to announce the film is expanding into more cities and theaters in the upcoming weeks.
Not only do we have new theaters to announce for those eager to check out Zombie Dawn, but let’s not forget about the free comic that each person who buys a ticket to the film will receive. It’s almost like getting something for nothing… Well, I’ll be damned, that’s exactly what it is!
From the Press Release
Eagle One Media and iFN announced that their Zombie Dawn feature film has expanded to a number of cities in the US starting this weekend. The award-winning film has the following locations and dates:
May 2 – 3: TEXAS, Fort Worth: Cinema Latino
May 2 – 3: COLORADO, Denver: Cinema Latino
May 4 – 10: ILLINOIS, Chicago: MUVICO Rosemont
May 4 – 10: FLORIDA, Miami: MUVICO Hialeah
May 11 – 17: CALIFORNIA, Orange: AMC Orange 30
May 11 – 17: CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles: Regency Commerce 14
May 11 – 17: MINNESOTA, Minneapolis: AMC Block E
May 11 – 17: ILLINOIS, Chicago: AMC Galewood 14
May 11 – 17: ILLINOIS, Chicago: AMC Cicero 14
May 18 – 19: OREGON, Portland: Kiggins Theater
May 20: MICHIGAN, Detroit: Emagine Novi
In an unusual promotion for the film, cinema ticket buyers shall receive a free limited edition copy of the Zombie Dawn: Safehouse comic book. The complimentary 28-page prequel story comic book was specifically commissioned for the film. Along with Zombie Dawn, the award-winning computer animated horror short Hambuster will be shown before the main horror feature as an added bonus.
Zombie Dawn is an action horror Spanish language film that has won praise for its presentation and kudos for the filmmakers in assembling such a feature while working with only a micro budget. The film recently won awards at the Zixion Sars film festival in Chile for directors Cristian Toledo and Lucio A. Rojas and art direction.
2006. A mysterious incident at a remote mining facility unleashes a zombie horde with an appetite for human flesh. It decimates large portions of the cities and countryside. The only course of action is to rapidly enclose the infected areas and seal them off from the rest of the remaining, living population.
Now. 15 years later the tattered remains of the government and the mining corporation responsible for where the initial event took place commit themselves to finding out what may have happened at the mining complex. The solution is to covertly send a group of mercenaries and scientists into the quarantined zone to find answers.
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