Templeheart Films presents Ibiza Undead for its World Premiere at Horror Channel FrightFest on 26th August

IBIZA_UNDEAD_poster_webTempleheart Films presents Ibiza Undead for its World Premiere at Horror Channel FrightFest on 26th August…

Synopsis:
It’s “The Inbetweeners meets Shaun of the Dead” in this slick horror comedy that’s heavy on both gore and laughs. In the new film, Alex, Az and Jim head to Ibiza for their first lad’s holiday. Unfortunately for them, tagging along is Alex’s unimpressed ex-girlfriend Ellie. Arriving in Ibiza, the lads dump Ellie with Alex’s sister Liz, her friend Zara and head to San Antonio to start their week of debauchery. Soon they end up in a San Antonio club, run by local gangster Karl, where the main attractions aren’t alive… they’re dead! Thanks to Jim’s wild antics, the zombies escape and all hell breaks loose with the entire party island soon battling the undead.

Starring Emily Atack (The Inbetweeners), Cara Theobold (Downton Abbey, Overwatch, Crazy Face), Matt King (Peepshow, RocknRolla) and featuring Alex Zane. The comedy is written and directed by Andy Edwards and produced by Elisar Cabrera for Templeheart Films (The Seasoning House, Devil’s Tower, Deranged), one of the UK’s most prolific genre production companies. Ibiza Undead is a wild re-imagining of a classic movie genre to really sink your teeth into!

IBIZA UNDEAD - Kenneth the zombieDirector Andy Edwards: “I’m really excited and thrilled that the premiere of Ibiza Undead is at this year’s FrightFest. As a regular attendee myself I’m sure the FrightFest audience will love our fun, fresh – and very British – take on the zombie genre. And yes, we really did film in Ibiza – so some of the zombies are real!”

Ibiza Undead World Premiere at Horror Channel FrightFest on Friday 26th August

Tickets:
http://www.frightfest.co.uk/2016films/26th-august—discovery-1.html
Friday 26th day-pass £60. Single tickets £13.50 available from 23rd July

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About Andy Deen

A horror fan for as far back as I can remember . The first things that scared me were Doctor Who and the BBC ghost stories . As an early teen the video revolution came along and with it the Video Nasty campaign , and through all that I immersed myself in all things nasty. I love Slashers, Haunted House Stories and Devil Worshipping/Panic Films . I watch too much horror , listen to loud Heavy Metal and enjoy the odd tattoo \m/\m/