Neo Noir Film Takes Zombie Genre To New Levels

Neo Noir Film Takes Zombie Genre To New Levels

United States.

As a neo-noir horror, On The Brain breaks new ground as a virus outbreak film. The small town of Golden Torch becomes an inescapable prison for the remaining people who have no way out. With time running out, the sheriff and the coroner work feverishly to unlock the mystery behind the sickness that is spreading at an alarming rate among the men. Once infected, they become crazed and agitated, attacking women and making the death count virtually impossible to contain. On The Brain will make viewers cringe with anxiety. See this new breed of zombie cinema that is sure to become a cult classic. “I saw this as a new spin on the traditional zombie genre that, my partner, Brandon Trask and I found refreshing. Eventually the story evolved to involving necrophiliac monsters, something the audience may or may not be ready for.” – Kevin Van Stevenson, director

Something has infected a sleepy desert town, causing the men to become violent and suicidal. The newly appointed Sheriff and town Coroner find themselves in over their heads, while the Mayor stonewalls them at every turn. Something is in the heads of the townsfolk… and only the Sheriff can stop it.  Pick up your copy of the dvd on iTunes, Amazon, Walmart, Family Video, Barnes & Nobles, Moviefone.

Or stream it on-demand with Charter, AT&T, DISH TV, Direct TV, and/or iTunes. Directed by Kevin Van Stevenson, Written/Produced by Brandon Trask, Cinematography by Michael A. Perry. Starring Danny Hansen, Shenik Taylor, and Sharon Fredrickson. Trailer #1 – Trailer #2 –

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Writer/Producer – Brandon Trask

Executive Producer – Leslie Woods

Executive Producer – Linda Trask

Executive Producer – Walter Trask

Director – Kevin Van Stevenson @VanStevenson4K

Cinematographer – Michael A. Perry

1st Asst. Director – Chris Woods @HeMonsterBand

Composer – Tim Beck

Creative Consultant – Raphael Grover @RaphaelGrover

Special Effects Artist – Danica Rodriguez

Key Grip – John Greene @RarityLTD

Camera Asst. – Auston Call @auston

Sound – Jesus Yanez

Publicist/Wardrobe – Zenaida Gorbea @GoZenyGo

Assoc. Producer – Wendell M. Bennett

Casting Director – Jennifer Layton

Production Designer – Adam Pingleton [email protected]

Art Director – Brent Worcester [email protected]

Costume Designer – Courtney Trask

2nd Asst. Director – Travis LaSalle

Production Asst. – PJ Worthington

Production Asst. – Todd Andoli @ToddAndoli

Additional Dialogue Recordist – Marc Solomon

Still Photographer – Stephen Butchko @StephenButchko

Gaffer – John Gee

Camera Operator – Edgar Sardarian @Companytownfilm

Storyboard Artist/Illustrator – Tony D’Amato @DAMATOISM

Make-Up Asst. – Armando Rodriguez Make-Up Asst. – Chelsea Israels Starring Danny Hansen @dmaxhan

Shenik Taylor @ShenikTaylor

Sharon Fredrickson @sfredrickson1

Jonathan Cousens @JonathanCousens

Amy Waller @amylouisewaller

Frankie Ray @FrankieRayActor

Cynthia Dane @CynthiaDane1

Deirdre V. Lyons @deirdrelyons

Joe Karam

Bruce Kirkpatrick

Ashley Devane @ashleydevane

Dan Sutter

Tony Pandolfo

Franco Di Vittorio Cassie Carpenter

David Jones


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