Autumn

Autumn

Director: Steven Rumbelow Cast: Dexter Fletcher, Dickon Tolson, David Carradine

Overview

Death blows in on autumn winds in this apocalyptic zombie shocker featuring David Carradine. The virus came so fast no one had time to prepare. Before the day was over, entire towns were decimated, and large cities became monumental tombs. Left with nothing but fading hope and the will to live, reclusive software consultant Michael (Dexter Fletcher) and temperamental mechanic Carl (Dickon Tolson) lead a small group of survivors into the country in hopes of riding out the coming winter. But now the decaying victims of the plague are reanimating, growing more smart - and vicious - with each passing day. Now, the only hope for the survival of the human race is Phillip (Carradine), a man who refused to leave the city, and has somehow avoided becoming food for the flesh-eating masses. Based on the book by David Moody.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/24/2010
UPC: 0096009961299
Original Release: 2009
Rating: R
Source: Echo Bridge
Region Code: 1
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:30:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dexter Fletcher Michael
Dickon Tolson Carl
David Carradine Phillip Evans
Lana Kamenov Actor
Anton Brejak Actor
Jody Willis Actor

Technical Credits
Steven Rumbelow Director,Editor,Producer,Screenwriter
615 Score Composer
Anton Brejak Producer
Stephen Crone Cinematographer
Randy Daudlin Makeup Special Effects
John Dunlop Producer
Leanne MacDonald Art Director
Craig McConnell Score Composer
David Moody Screenwriter
Dean St. Germain Sound/Sound Designer
Matthew Stone Producer
Michael Summerfield Producer
Anthony Valenti Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Autumn
1. Blood Everywhere [4:22]
2. Trying to Understand [6:27]
3. The Clown [9:07]
4. They're Walking [9:18]
5. A Secluded Home [11:08]
6. Decent Food [7:27]
7. Bring the Noise [4:15]
8. A Shooter [7:14]
9. Poor Doggy [8:17]
10. New Rides [9:04]
11. Tears of the Past [7:30]
12. Philip Evans [11:05]
13. Traveling [5:16]
14. Leaving the Farm [6:30]
15. Lost Significance [2:52]

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