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The poster for Bed of the Dead will give you sweet dreams

11.30.2015by: Brennan Klein
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The poster for the upcoming film BED OF THE DEAD has arrived and it's the bloody good Cyber Monday treat you didn't know you needed. There's no sales, no promotional emails, and no shopping carts. It's just pure, classic bloodshed in the style of shlock masterpieces like DEATH BED: THE BED THAT EATS. Check out the full design below!

In BED OF THE DEAD:

Four twentysomethings find themselves stuck on a haunted antique bed where leaving means suffering a gruesome death. Plagued with frightening hallucinations, they must figure out the bed’s secrets before they are ultimately picked off one by one.

Written and directed by Jeff Maher (the cinematographer of ANTISOCIAL), BED OF THE DEAD stars Colin Price, Alyssa King, Joseph Cannata, Craig Cyr, and Gwen Cumyn. I can't wait for this one! It sounds like some ridiculous fun. More on this story as it breaks!

Extra Tidbit: Have you had the opportunity to see DEATH BED?

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6:05AM on 12/01/2015
I have seen Death Bed: The Bed that Eats. That movie mostly sucks, IMO. Some people like it as a cult classic. The poster for Bed of the Dead is already better than the 1977 flick, and the actual developing film will probably be better as well. The premise is low budget. You get the entire cast stuck on a bed; that is only one setting. However, the premise has some originality and fancy (basically, Bed of the Dead has the same premise as the "don't step on the lava" game from childhood), and
I have seen Death Bed: The Bed that Eats. That movie mostly sucks, IMO. Some people like it as a cult classic. The poster for Bed of the Dead is already better than the 1977 flick, and the actual developing film will probably be better as well. The premise is low budget. You get the entire cast stuck on a bed; that is only one setting. However, the premise has some originality and fancy (basically, Bed of the Dead has the same premise as the "don't step on the lava" game from childhood), and the execution could be great.

If one really needs to see a b-movie about a death bed, the person might check-out Deathbed-2002 with Tanya Dempsey. That piece is okay, and the video cover is good.
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