UK based film company North Bank Entertainment will be releasing James Plumb’s Night of the Living Dead sequel, Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection, early 2012 and a teaser trailer has just crawled out from the grave for all to enjoy. I like it, and I like the creepiness and lonely feel to the whole thing, this could turn out to be an impressive little horror. Here are all the details you need, followed by the trailer:
North Bank Entertainment, the UK production company behind Ruggero Deodato’s forthcoming ‘The House on the Edge of the Park Part II’, has teamed up with Independent Moving Pictures and Mad Science Films to produce NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: RESURRECTION, a British version of the 1968 horror classic.
The film is produced by Andrew Jones and is the debut feature of director James Plumb, who has previously helmed a number of award-winning short films. The script was co-written by James Plumb and Andrew Jones. Rob Graham of Independent Moving Pictures is the executive producer.
Producer Andrew Jones: “NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: RESURRECTION is aiming to serve as an entertaining companion piece to the original film rather than attempting to do the impossible and improve on it. This project is being produced by a group of filmmakers who are genuine fans of the horror genre. We have fresh ideas for how to revitalise the Zombie sub-genre and have created a story that combines modern elements with the classic premise. We are sure genre fans will be happy to see a modern horror film which focuses on genuine suspense and tension, utilises practical FX rather than CGI and provides characters that the audience will actually care about.”
Director James Plumb: “In 1968 George Romero revolutionised both the horror genre and low budget, independent filmmaking with his film “Night of the Living Dead”. It is only fitting that “Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection” is to be made in a truly independent, low budget fashion, rather than become yet another glossy, sanitised Hollywood remake.”
Principal photography began on September 24th, 2011. The film is being shot on location in Carmarthenshire, Swansea and Cardiff in South Wales, UK.
In 2012 the deceased have risen from their graves with only one instinct: to feed on the living. As academics speculate on the scientific cause of the phenomena, theologians point to the Armageddon foretold in the Book of Revelation. As the cities are overrun and civilization crumbles, a family take refuge from the undead army in an isolated farmhouse in West Wales. But the greatest threat is already among them.
By Matt Wavish