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Destruction awaits with this ultra-cool Japanese one-sheet for Dead Shadows

Sep. 19, 2013by: Kevin Woods

As we eagerly await word from Scream! Factory as to when they will be releasing David Cholewa's French action-horror-thriller DEAD SHADOWS in North America, we now have an ultra-cool new Japanese theatrical one-sheet for the flick that stars our head honcho, John 'The Arrow' Fallon (as seen above! Cheers, bro!).

Dead Shadows tells the terrifying story of a young man, named Chris (Fabian Wolfrom), whose parents were brutally killed 11 years ago, on the same day that the Halleys comet could be seen from earth. Tonight, a new comet is appearing and everyone in Chriss building are getting ready for a party to celebrate the event. As the night falls, Chris discovers that people are starting to act strange and this seems to somehow be connected to the comet. They are becoming disoriented and violent and it doesnt take long before they begin to mutate into something far beyond this world. In a fight for survival, Chris tries to escape from his building with the help of a gun taunting tenant (John Fallon) but will they make it out alive?

SHOUT! Factory secured extensive U.S. and Canadian rights to DEAD SHADOWS, including home entertainment, digital and broadcast for cross-platform releases. Shout! Factory plans a strategic rollout of the film on all packaged media, electronic-sell-through (EST), video-on-demand (VOD), subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) and television. DEAD SHADOWS is set to hit U.S and Canadian home entertainment marketplace and a variety of digital entertainment platforms later this year. It also stars Fabian Wolfrom, Blandine Marmigre and Rurik Sall.

In the meantime, peep the Japanese one-sheet below!

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Extra Tidbit: Are you stoked for DEAD SHADOWS? What do you think of the Japanese poster?

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