A few new stills pop up for that Chilean zombie flick Zombie Dawn

You guys remember us telling you about a Chilean zombie flick coming our way called ZOMBIE DAWN? It was only a couple months ago that Jake gave us all a look at the trailer for this shindig and here I am today with some brand new stills from the feature. So if you don't remember this one, worry not! I'm about to remind you.

Coming from directing duo of Lucio A. Rojas and Cristian Toledo, ZOMBIE DAWN's rundown reads a little something like this:

2006. A mysterious incident at a remote mining facility unleashes a zombie horde with an appetite for human flesh. It decimates large portions of the cities and countryside. The only course of action is to rapidly enclose the infected areas and seal them off from the rest of the remaining, living population. Now. 15 years later the tattered remains of the government and the mining corporation responsible where the initial event took place commit themselves to finding out what may have happened at the mining complex. The solution is to covertly send in a group of mercenaries and scientists into the quarantined zone to find answers.

Now unfortunately those new stills I mentioned aren't anything special... Actually they're pretty boring and don't really offer much zombie action. Alas I've gone and tossed them up above and below for you to take a look for yourself regardless. Who knows... Maybe ZOMBIE DAWN is one of those zombie flicks that doesn't offer much of a punch but still kicks ass? Hey we can hope, right?

Starring Christian Ramos, Pamela Rojas (below), Pablo Tournelle, Guillermo Alfaro and Felipe Lobos, ZOMBIE DAWN won awards at the Zixion Sars film festival in Chile for directors Toledo and Rojas. It also won for art direction.

Now while a solid release date for this little diddy has yet to be announced, we do know it'll hit sometime this year. As soon as more news on ZOMBIE DAWN spills our way you can be sure we'll pass it right along to all of you.

Extra Tidbit: ZOMBIE DAWN was made for only $2,000.
Source: Eagle One Media



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