Great Hand Drawn Poster for Romero's Survival of the Dead
Although I thought we were going to have much to write about regarding George Romero's newest zombie film Survival of the Dead until it hits theaters in about a month or so, this new poster courtesy of MTV has completely turned me around. This absolutely gorgeous poster was drawn by Charlie Adlard, an artist most well known for his work on Image Comics' "The Walking Dead" series of zombie comics. If you haven't seen a trailer for this yet, you can check out a red band trailer from back in March. It wasn't that great, but it's worth seeing if you're a Romero fan. However, everyone needs to check out this awesome poster below!
Click on the poster to see it slightly larger over on MTV. I wonder if this will be printed and sold anywhere?
On an island off the coast of Delaware, local residents caught in a family feud must simultaneously fight a zombie epidemic while trying to find a cure to bring their un-dead relatives back to their human state.
Survival of the Dead is both written and directed by the legendary George A. Romero, of all things zombies and horror, from Night of the Living Dead to The Crazies to Dawn of the Dead to Creepshow to Day of the Dead to Monkey Shines to Land of the Dead. This is technically set in the same universe as Romero's Diary of the Dead from 2007 and is a spin-off/sequel of that film. This first premiered at Fantastic Fest last year with a Romero introduction. Magnet Releasing is bringing Survival of the Dead to theaters this May 28th.