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New Indie Flick, Dead Kansas Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Monday, 19 January 2015


I received an inbox the other day from the Director of this slick little gem, Aaron Carter. I linked to the Dead Kansas Facebook Page and had a look around. I love post apocalypse movies, whatever the budget, so I can tell you all, Severed Cinema brothers, sisters and creatures, it's worth a watch. Here's the plot synopsis “In a post-apocalyptic land consumed by "Rottens", a simple farmer and his teenage daughter struggle to survive. Meanwhile, an unruly gang make a plan to kidnap and sell the daughter for their own selfish profit. With the farmer/gang confrontation, a wicked tornado approaching, and "Rottens" everywhere - who will get out alive?

The cast is full of enthusiastic new faces, and a few people with larger Cvs, including Juliette Danielle, Joe Mcqueen, who have done a few indies and series, and Ben Woolf (American Horror Story Season 4) who has the look of a new Michael Berryman. Let's not overlook Irwin Keyes, a veteran of almost a million movies I think, including The Warriors, Bloodrage, Chained Heat, Death Wish 4, House of a 1000 Corpses, etcetera etcetera.

Dead Kansas is Aaron's first feature -- he's directed, co-wrote and produced. Good man. It's won an award already (Best Zombie Film at the 2014 Fantastic Horror Film Fest in San Diego).

Here's a little treat -- the first 15 minutes. Tuck in boys and girls:


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