Not in the mood for futuristic melodramas or big-budget superhero tentpoles? Perhaps what you need in your cinematic diet is directors Lucio A. Rojas and Cristian Toledo’s 2011 zombie flick “Zombie Dawn”, a film that’s shambling into theaters across the United States this April. Okay, maybe using the word “across” is a bit misleading. It’s more like a handful, really. You can find the list of theaters screening the movie below.
First, let’s explore the film’s official synopsis:
2006. A mysterious mining accident in a remote territory unleashes an unspeakable horror that creates a zombie horde with an appetite for human flesh. It decimates large portions of the country. 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 where the initial event took place commit themselves to finding out what may have happened at the mining complex. The solution is to send in a group of mercenaries and scientists into the quarantined zone to find answers. Crossing over is just the beginning.
If you missed the pair of trailers we posted late last year, you now have a wonderful opportunity to correct that embarrassing issue. And if live in or around one of the areas listed below, take in a screening and let us know what you thought. More theaters will be added soon, so keep a keen eye on the official Facebook page.
COLORADO, Aurora: Cinema Latino
ALABAMA, Birmingham: The Edge
TEXAS, Fort Worth: Cinema Latino
ILLINOIS, Rosemont: MUVICO
FLORIDA, Hialeah: MUVICO
WASHINGTON, Vancouver: Kiggins Theater
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