Indy Zombie film Holiday of The Dead

Idyllic and peaceful Holiday Falls, the perfect place for a weekend getaway. That is until the Zombies enter the picture. Holiday Falls is an independent film by Mark Berryman and Michael Shands. Set in the quite but fictional town of Holiday Falls, Pennsylvania where an infection has been released by the military and their liason the mysterious Man In The Suit. Only one person knows how to stop the zombie Apocalypse and his only help is a group of campers and one cantankerous campground supervisor.

The hook to Holiday of the Dead is that it's a totally independent project. The director used his own money and donations from friends to fund the project. Hundreds of local volunteers from the Poconos were used as extras in the film. The biggest bit of star power in the film is Scream Queen Tiffiany Shepis (The Frankenstein Syndrome) who has a role in the movie as one of Holiday Fall's finest. Most of the cast are unknowns or up and comers who attached themselves to the project because the love the Zombie and Horror genre. As of this writing the film is in post production with the Director working hard in the cutting room to make this movie right.

You can get more information about the movie on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Holiday-Of-The-Dead

Or you can visit the movie's website.

http://www.holidayofthedead.com/


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Phil Plasma 5 years ago from Montreal, Quebec

I'll pass it on - a friend of mine is a really big Zombie fan so he'll want to know about this. I'm not that much into them. Thanks for sharing, you get a vote-up and interesting from me.


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Darkeklaw 5 years ago from Tobyhanna, Pennsylvaina Author

No problem I know not everything is for everyone. One of my favorite things to say is "Not everyone eats vanilla ice cream" Not everything is going to be what everyone likes. Tell your friend though...

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