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New trailer for Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn is coming to get you

06.22.2015by: Brennan Klein
 

Do you feel like what your favorite cartoons are missing is a little gut munching and undead mayhem? Well, you're in luck! The new trailer for NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: DARKEST DAWN has arrived.

Starring Tony Todd and Danielle Harris, the film is:

"A new fully CG take on the 1968 classic, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. This is the story of a group of survivors fighting to stay alive when a mysterious plague unleashes the undead on New York City. Barricaded in an abandoned apartment building, the characters from the original film face new terror and question each other’s compassion and sense of humanity as they fight to stay alive against the army of the walking dead.​"

This "graphic novel come to life" looks closer to a RESIDENT EVIL game than George Romero's original masterpiece, but it will be an interesting experiment in combining the worlds of horror and animation, a concept which has been very rarely attempted. The film is currently seeking funds on Indiegogo to expand its initial release, so if you dig it, feel free to donate here or share the video below. You can even win a terrifying pizza party with Tony Todd, if that's what you're into.

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: DARKEST DAWN, also starring Bill Moseley, Joseph Pilato, Tom Sizemore, and R. Madhavan, is set to premiere July 11th at Walker Stalker Fan Fest at Petco Park.

Extra Tidbit: Do you think an animated zombie movie could still be scary?

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9:26PM on 06/22/2015

Media Offline? Please tell me that was intentional.

Right near the end of the trailer, it did one of those stereotypical horror trailer screech cuts, but it showed the "Media Offline" image you get on Final Cut Pro if you forget to link your footage. Is this the quality we can expect from this PS2-cutscene-looking movie that's been six years in the making?
Right near the end of the trailer, it did one of those stereotypical horror trailer screech cuts, but it showed the "Media Offline" image you get on Final Cut Pro if you forget to link your footage. Is this the quality we can expect from this PS2-cutscene-looking movie that's been six years in the making?
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