Growing up is hard. Killing a town full of zombies is harder. Or so the students of Cosa High School find in the raucous new film “Dance of the Dead.” The first production for Bleiberg Entertainment’s Compound B shingle, “Dance of the Dead” is the fast-paced, blood-drenched—and often hilarious—story of several high school students from different social cliques banding together to save their town from the living dead.
The film marks the auspicious debuts of many of the young cast members in the ensemble. It’s also the sophomore effort from Gregg Bishop, the award-winning director of the supernatural thriller “The Other Side.”
U.S. Release by Lionsgate / Ghost House Underground
"I LOVED IT! Epic... Inventive and smartly written... This one has cult classic written all over it!" -Ain't It Cool News
"10/10 (perfect score)! THE BEST HORROR COMEDY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER YEAR! It explodes like a shotgun blast of pure teen comedy and devastates everything in its path... Makes 'Carrie' look like 'Pretty In Pink.'" -Bloody Disgusting
"Fast and funny, sick and sweet, geeky and gory. Basically, a whole lot of fun." -Fearnet
"It's fun, it's exciting, and it's really damn good. If you're looking for this year's great new zombie flick, this is it." -FirstShowing.net
"A pulpy, blood-drenched gas from beginning to end! Genuinely electric. One of the best times I’ve had in at the theater in a long while." -Twitch