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Official Poster & Trailer for The Battery

Chris Savage 2 Comments Movie Page: The Battery (2014)

Wow, just wow. This right here is how you do a zombie film right. As you all know, we have sadly became over-saturated with zombie flicks over the past few years possibly due to the tremendous success of The Walking Dead on AMC. But with so many zombie films lurking about, it all starts to look the same. What we need is something a little different, but not too different, just something with an edge, and it appears as if Jeremy Gardner has the answer.

For you guys today, we have just scored the official trailer for Gardner’s indie zombie flick The Battery, and it looks intense, gritty and basically everything that makes an awesome zombie movie. And get this, they made this sucker for $6,000, take note Hollywood.

Jeremy Gardner who  wrote and directed the feature stars alongside Adam Cronheim.

Synopsis: “In The Battery, the personalities of two former baseball players clash as they traverse the rural back roads of a post-plague New England teeming with the undead.”

For more information on this one, simply head on over to their official Facebook page.

Official Poster & Trailer for The Battery

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      1. caja88 March 19, 2013 at 11:41 am

        I’m absolutely sick and tired of the same old zombie genre. you cannot out do Romeros three starter films so don’t even try. so when I read about something new coming out I’m skeptical/excited. Films like Pontypool, Ahhh Zombies, Shaun of the Dead, Dead in Breakfast and The Signal were very welcomed changes to this played out genre. I just hope the fore mentioned isn’t all hype.

        • Brad March 19, 2013 at 4:14 pm

          THE SIGNAL wasn’t a zombie film. Like…at all.