Bio-Dead Trailer and Poster

6 Comments

California’s cuddling of terrorism finally comes home to roost in “Bio-Dead”, which posits a California cut off from the rest of the world when terrorists unleash a biological weapon on the mecca of fake breasts and vacuous Hollywood romcoms. Lightning Media has acquired Stephen J. Hadden’s post-apocalyptic horror movie (it’s zombies with bio weapons) and has scheduled it for a world premiere via video-on-demand in August 2009, with a DVD release to follow.

Set in the not-too-distant future, “BIO-DEAD” takes place during the aftermath of a bioterrorist attack that has killed twelve million people and rendered Southern California uninhabitable. The once thriving mecca has now become a contaminated wasteland known as “The Zone”. Hazmat teams are dispatched into “The Zone” to search for survivors and document all casualties.

When a lone hazmat team enters a seemingly abandoned building after dark, the men begin to experience terrifying hallucinations and soon realize that they are not alone. Trapped inside the compound with no escape, the terrified team finds themselves locked in a struggle for survival against a vicious predator… and each other.

The cast of “BIO-DEAD” includes Derek Long (“Socket”, “3-Day Weekend”, “Black Dawn”), Matthew C. Norton (“Queer as Folk”, “America’s Next Top Model”, “G-Spot”), Tony Williams (Trio Network’s “Pilot Season”, TLC’s “Untold Stories of the ER), Rick Hall (“Red Spirit Lake”, “Ferrum 5000”) and Jacob W. Gentry (“Kiss From Calcutta”). The film was produced by Manfred Drews, II.

Trailer via the Official Site.


Author: Nix

Editor/Writer at BeyondHollywood.com. Likes: long walks on the beach and Kevin Costner post-apocalyptic movies. Dislikes: 3D, shaky cam, and shaky cam in 3D. Got a site issue? Wanna submit Movie/TV news? Or to email me in regards to anything on the site, you can do so at nix (at) beyondhollywood.com.
  • matt

    This movie was a waste of time and money. Horrible audio and acting. I usually like B movies but this was super bad. How many times can one guy say Goddamn or the F word in a movie.

  • matt

    This movie was a waste of time and money. Horrible audio and acting. I usually like B movies but this was super bad. How many times can one guy say Goddamn or the F word in a movie.

  • matt

    This movie was a waste of time and money. Horrible audio and acting. I usually like B movies but this was super bad. How many times can one guy say Goddamn or the F word in a movie.

  • Eric F

    Decent indie horror. This movie features one of the most graphic torture scenes I’ve seen in a long, long, long time. That scene alone was worth the 4 buck VOD rental.

  • Eric F

    Decent indie horror. This movie features one of the most graphic torture scenes I’ve seen in a long, long, long time. That scene alone was worth the 4 buck VOD rental.

  • Eric F

    Decent indie horror. This movie features one of the most graphic torture scenes I’ve seen in a long, long, long time. That scene alone was worth the 4 buck VOD rental.