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November 14, 2011 10:20 AM
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Project of the Day: A Zombie Western in "The Good, The Bad & The Undead"

Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

"The Good, The Bad & The Undead"

An image from Sneaky Zebra's "The Good, The Bad & The Undead."

Tweetable Logline:

Who ever said the Old West was dead?
 
Elevator Pitch:
 
A drifter who stumbles upon the silver mining town of Romero,finds himself thrown into a situation even the most hardened warrior of the west has never faced. He must team up with the remaining survivors of the town to fend off the hordes of the undead and work together to escape the growing zombie menace.
 
Production Team:
 
Sneaky Zebra - a UK-based filmmaking duo from London made up of Nick Acott & Gary Scullion.
 
About the Production:
 
"We want to make something big on YouTube, something that blends the lines between online & Hollywood. We love the old west too and creating a raw & practical feature about it just seems right at this time.

"We're excited to deliver this as a web-series and online, its a great way to get feedback and develop the community. It also gives us a great reach of people, globally. We don't have to worry so much on distribution afterwards or getting it in front of the right people as once its up anyone can watch it."
 
Current Status:
 
Pre-Production.
 
For more information and to support this film:
 
 
 

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1 Comment

  • Susan Douglas | November 15, 2011 4:32 AMReply

    I would like to tell you about ST GEORGE'S DAY, a British gangster heist, shot in London, Berlin and Amsterdam.Written and Directed by Frank Harper currently in edit, planning for release next year.The film has a stellar British cast, all of whom can be found on IMDB, with some unusual cameos such as Tyson Fury, Heavyweight Champion, and Faye Tozer of the the newly regrouped band The Steppes.Also page three girl of the Sun newspaper, Keeley Hazell, now trained actress, is introduced in the role of Micky Mannock's, Frank Harper's leading character 's girlfriend the Peckham Princess.All this along with magnificent performances from Craig Fairbrass, Charles Dance, Vince Reagan, Jamie Foreman,Sean Pertwee, Luke Treadaway,
    Zlatko Buric,Neil Maskell, Nick Moran, Dexter Fletcher and more! Cinematography by Mike Southon BSC.