Shed of the Dead sets out its stall to offer something pretty promising; a Zombie movie with a title like this is sure to attract all who have a penchant for tales of the living dead. In this tongue in cheek Brit comedy, we join Trevor, the very English painter of tiny figures which he uses for the fantasy gaming geekery that he plays with his best mate Graham, the overweight, agoraphobic, equal-geek, fantasy war game lover. Trevor seems to spend most of his time in his man cave, a shed on a quaint urban allotment obsessively painting those figures; he’s not planting much veg though so the allotment association want him out. Back home Trevor’s wife has got downright distain for that fact that he hasn’t got a job and in intrigue she’s mostly hanging out with her best mate, the masseuse of happy endings. Things aren’t going well for Trevor, but this is not the only the thing that him and rest the town have to worry about. Without question they are getting over run by Zombies which surely begs the question: What would you do in a Zombie apocalypse? Light hearted and playful Shed of the Dead is surely fodder for those who will embrace tongue in cheek references to classic horror. With a pleasantly bounding pace Trevor’s haphazard journey unfolds. As he draws on subconscious duality, advice from his friends and the reality of the apocalyptic presence of decaying demons, we join him as he deals with the siege, ultimately arriving at comically grotesque resolve. One for all Zombie movie lovers, and the adolescent (at heart). Produced by Nicholas David Lean and featuring British actors Spencer Brown, Lauren Socha(Misfits, Emily Booth (Doghouse), and Ewen MacIntosh (The Bromley Boys, The Office). And Brian Blessed ngiving some naration. The film also features US horror icons Kane Hodder (Friday 13th, Hatchet), Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects, Halloween), and Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes, One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest).
Shed of the Dead will be having its World Premiere (with Special Guests) at SCI-FI-LONDON Film Festival on 18th May and released on Digital Download from 20th May
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