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First trailer for the Ford Brothers' The Dead 2: India

05.14.2013by: Kevin Woods
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The Ford Brothers, the British director, writer and producer team behind the acclaimed African-set zombie road movie THE DEAD, are now in post-production on THE DEAD 2: INDIA, the first-ever International production of a zombie film shot in India, and we have your first look at the flick with the first official trailer below.

THE DEAD 2: INDIA follows the story of American engineer Nicholas Burton (Joseph Millson) in a race against time to reach his pregnant girlfriend Ishani Sharma (Meenu). Burton enlists the help of an orphan street kid Javed (Anand Goyal) and together they make a perilous 300 mile journey across deadly landscapes as a zombie apocalypse threatens to engulf the entire nation.

Howard J Ford, one half of the Ford Brothers writing/directing duo, shared his thoughts on the sequel, stating

“Jon and I knew we’d get around to making a sequel one day as there was plenty of scope to where we could take our idea of abject horror and emotional devastation presented against a stunning natural backdrop. But it was while we were escorting The Dead to various film festivals around the world, listening to the overwhelmingly positive feedback and reading all the Internet comments, that we felt compelled to make another film pretty quickly to satisfy the demand we knew was out there. We wrote the sequel frighteningly quickly, tapping into every constructive comment from true fans of the genre so we could make a film we feel we owe to all the people who supported The Dead”.

We'll keep you updated as to when you can see THE DEAD 2: INDIA when the news comes our way.

Extra Tidbit: Were you a fan of the original movie? Excited for the sequel?

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2:12PM on 05/14/2013
I thoroughly enjoyed the change of pace that a zombie movie set in Africa offered. This is definitely on my radar now.
I thoroughly enjoyed the change of pace that a zombie movie set in Africa offered. This is definitely on my radar now.
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10:21AM on 05/14/2013
Tidbit - Love zombie movies - the first, whilst different due to the Africa aspect of it...was okay. My mistake was taking in all the hype around it before watching the movie - things usually always fail to meet expectations when you do that. That scene in the new trailer though where it looks like he’ll leave someone behind in a car...looked pretty tense. Reminds me of the scene from 28 Weeks Later when the wife was left behind - one of those moments you wonder what you'd do in the same
Tidbit - Love zombie movies - the first, whilst different due to the Africa aspect of it...was okay. My mistake was taking in all the hype around it before watching the movie - things usually always fail to meet expectations when you do that. That scene in the new trailer though where it looks like he’ll leave someone behind in a car...looked pretty tense. Reminds me of the scene from 28 Weeks Later when the wife was left behind - one of those moments you wonder what you'd do in the same circumstances...and conclude you'd probably leave them behind too.
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