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The Undead

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Posted September 1, 2013 by in Zombie
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4.5/ 5

Synopsis: Two yuppies venture out to the country to explore an opportunity away from their stressful city life. After driving several hours with no communication to the civilized world they find themselves isolated in a small and abandoned rural town. After being attacked by a disfigured man the two seek refuge in a house occupied by a young women with a questionable past.
 
Producers: Eric Schulman, Chase Cavalera
 
Funding Target: $10,000
 
Funding Ends Date: 9th October 2013
 
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Ambitious. Good quality, promising cast. The rewards are good with frequent small increments.
 

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Scratching around for any here. Zombies may be fading.
 

“Dieing to Get Funded!” Two yuppies venture out to the country to explore an opportunity away from their stressful city life. After driving several hours with no communication to the civilized world they find themselves isolated in a small and abandoned rural town. After being attacked by a disfigured man the two seek refuge in […]

by Stuart Wells
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“Dieing to Get Funded!”

Issue Number One

Issue Number One

Two yuppies venture out to the country to explore an opportunity away from their stressful city life. After driving several hours with no communication to the civilized world they find themselves isolated in a small and abandoned rural town. After being attacked by a disfigured man the two seek refuge in a house occupied by a young women with a questionable past. It is there that they learn what has happened to the townspeople and workers of the Russeltown Nuclear Plant. They are left with no alternative but to defend themselves and fight off “THE UNDEAD.”

The Undead is already 38% there and is looking good. A well thought through story, great rewards and good team. This film should easily achieve it’s target. The only issue is if the they lose focus and the pitch loses momentum.

This is on Indiegogo, so back them here!

 

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