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Dance of the Dead Gets a New Poster

Dance of the Dead!Last year we brought you news of a fresh zombie film being directed by Gregg Bishop, which featured the undead feasting on teens during a homecoming dance (““>The Dead Can Dance” – May 2007). The artwork for the film back then really wasn’t much to look at, but today we got an eyeful.

Bloody Disgusting‘s coverage of SXSW revealed a new poster for the footloose zombies and it’s really kind of … ‘meh.’ The idea of the undead ravaging a high school social occasion gets an A+ in my book, but the artwork is a little too “been there, done that.”

Having heard good things so far about Dance of the Dead, I won’t judge a book by its cover. However, you all are free to share your thoughts with us in our comments section below.

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  • Terminal

    Looks like a sequel to Shaun of the Dead. Ugh. Hopefully it will be entertaining.