Shed of the Dead is a zombie thriller from director Drew Cullingham (Umbrage). One part Shaun of the Dead and one part 28 Days Later, the film has been dated for a theatrical and home video release through Indican Pictures.
Shed of the Dead brings some of horror's most beloved icons to the screen. Kane Hodder of Friday the 13th fame, along with Bill Moseley (Three From Hell) and Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes, 1977) will be part of the action – some in undead form. As well, all three actors will be at Shriekfest and Monsterpalooza to talk about this re-animated film.
The first showing of Shed of the Dead will take place in North Hollywood at the Laemmle Theatre this May 17th. Another showing, across the pond, will begin this May 18th in London (Sci-fi London). After a theatrical release, which will take place in at least four countries, Shed of the Dead will be available on DVD and Digital platforms this June 6th! There will be lots of opportunities for film fans to see this horror comedy shamble on both big and little screens this Spring and Summer.
In the film, Trevor (Spencer Brown) is in-between jobs. He spends his days avoiding his nagging wife by hiding out in his shed and painting figurines for his wargames with his agoraphobic friend, Graham (Ewen MacIntosh). Together, they dream of their fantasy hero, the battle mage Casimir the Destroyer. When Mr Parsons, arrives to evict Trevor, everything gets put on hold as a zombie apocalypse starts. Now his primary concern – save his wife or get out of town!
The cast also includes Lauren Socha (Misfits) and Emily Booth (Doghouse). In addition, British actor Brian Blessed will be lending his unmistakable booming vocals as the film's narrator.