Dead Don't Die in Dallas
|Dead Don't Die in Dallas|
|Directed by||Israel Luna|
|Produced by||Stuart Alson|
|Written by||Israel Luna|
|Screenplay by||Israel Luna|
|Story by||Israel Luna|
|Edited by||Israel Luna|
La Luna Entertainment
CalTex Films LLC.
|Distributed by||ITN Distribution|
Mill Creek Entertainment
Dead Don't Die in Dallas (formerly Kicking Zombie Ass for Jesus) is a 2019 American zombie horror-comedy film starring Willam Belli. It is the companion piece to 2010's Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives.
Plot[edit | edit source]
A miracle pill intended to cure all infectious diseases turns the people who took it into flesh-craving mutant zombies. Survivors in a small Texas town find themselves barricaded in an abandoned building and can be divided into two groups: LGBT people and Pentecostal church goers.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Willam Belli as Beth-Anne Fetterman
- Krystal Summers as Janice Jeffress
- Richard D. Curtain as Samuel Jeffress
- Angel Martinez as Phil
- Dillon Vineyard as Ethan Jeffress
- Adam Kitchen as Braden Levy
- Tom Zembrod as Cooter
- Kenny Ochoa as Ruben Martinez
- Gerald Crum as Jessie
- Allyn Carol as Ma
- Jenna Skyy as Tipper Sommore
- Chaselyn Wade as Connie Lingus
Filming[edit | edit source]
Filming took place over seventeen days in West Texas towns such as: Eliasville, Graham, and Megargel. The opening scene was filmed in Dallas.
Release[edit | edit source]
The film was released digitally to online retailers on September 3, 2019 and on DVD on September 17, 2019.
Category:2019 films Category:2010s comedy films Category:2010s horror films Category:American films Category:American comedy films Category:American LGBT-related films Category:American horror films Category:English-language films Category:American independent films Category:Films about zombies Category:Transgender in film Category:Lesbian-related films Category:Gay-related films Category:2010s LGBT-related films Category:LGBT-related comedy films
References[edit | edit source]
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