I think it's a question worth asking as we continue our collective fascination with all things doom-like. Mind you: I'm hardly complaining as I'm thrilled to have yet one more film to add to SciFiHistory.Net's growing library of 'End Times.' But our explorations of zombiehood seems to be a creative fire that can't be extinguished. Not that there's anything wrong with that ... per se.
In any event, there's another one set to ramp up the blood, guts, and glory, this one a sequel (of sorts) from an original property that's completely escaped me (though I'll be doing some research on it later today, if time permits). Wyrmwood: Apocalypse takes the pursuit of the undead down under, and I'll be copying and pasting the promotional materials I've found elsewhere on the World Wide Web just this morning.
But how about a trailer, you ask? Happy to provide!
New Trailer Released for Outrageous And Acclaimed Zombie Action-Horror
WYRMWOOD: APOCALYPSE — OUT DIGITALLY IN THE U.S. APRIL 14!
The latest feature from Australian filmmaking brother duo Kiah Roache-Turner and Tristan Roache-Turner, whose previous collaborations include their breakout feature debut WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD, which premiered at the 2014 Fantastic Fest and put them on the map internationally for their creative use of low-budget gore and highly effective horrific story, and the 2018 TIFF Midnight Madness premiere NEKROTRONIC. The two share co-writing credits while Kiah handles direction with energetic ease and Tristan produces.
With a mix of new and familiar faces from the creative worlds of the Roache-Turner brothers , WYRMWOOD: APOCALYPSE stars Luke McKenzie (Wentworth, WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD), Bianca Bradey (WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD), Shantae Barnes-Cowan (Total Control), Tasia Zalar (Mystery Road), Jay Gallagher (WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD, NEKROTRONIC), and Nicholas Boshier (Soul Mates).
Blake Northfield (STREAMLINE) produced alongside Tristan Roache-Turner, and Todd Brown and Maxime Cottray executive produced for XYZ Films.