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Exclusive Debut of the Official Lazarus Poster Art





Exclusive Debut of the Official Lazarus Poster ArtIt's been awhile since we've updated you on Thomas J. Churchill's ambitious new zombie/period feature Lazarus, but all good things come to those who wait, and today we have the exclusive debut of the film's official poster.

Churchill told us that the film is finishing up post-production now, and the producers have begun negotiating with several distributors for a mid-2014 release so stay tuned! In the interim visit the official Lazarus website and "like" Lazarus on Facebook.

Synopsis:
1957 - Hollywood, CA. A telegram arrives at the office of George A. Lazarus (Ray Capuana), an insurance investigator, to investigate a suspicious claim that was just put in by Deadly Sin Cigarette Company. Lazarus begins to schedule routine interviews with the twelve employees that are named on this claim. He learns that they all had just gotten fired for being sick at the job but never makes it back to the office. What seemed to be a normal fraud investigation case may have turned out to be the beginning of the end for the human race.

George's fiancée, Bethany (Natalie Victoria), begins to worry as she realizes that he hasn’t been back at the office since early that morning when she last saw him... not the behavior of a man who lives by daily routine. She decides to follow his path in hopes of locating him. Nothing can prepare her for what she is about to witness in this creepy, horrific tale.

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Along with the aforementioned Capuana and Victoria, Lazarus has an all-star cast of genre favorites including Stephen Geoffreys (Fright Night), Brooke Lewis (iMurders), Josh Hammond (Jeepers Creepers 2), James Duval (Sushi Girl), Brian Andrews (Halloween), Janet Tracy Keijser (House on Haunted Hill), Kenneth J. Hall (The Puppet Master), Krista Grotte, Kevin Franklin, and Taylor Morgan Lewis.

Lazarus is produced by David M. Parks and writer/director Thomas J. Churchill and stirs up enough gore and scares to make you crave more. As it should, since it is the first entry of a planned trilogy.

Exclusive Debut of the Official Lazarus Poster Art

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