Horrifying zombies take a bite out of Day 27 of Syfy's 31 Days of Halloween horror fest, tonight.
Tonight zombies take center stage in Syfy's new original movie, Rise of the Zombies, the latest addition to the network's 31 Days of Halloween campaign. In this smartly cast nightmare the island prison of Alcatraz serves as a last bastion of humanity which desperate survivors, led by Academy Award nominated Mariel Hemingway along with Danny Trejo (Sons of Anarchy, Machete), flee to search for a scientist rumored to've found a cure for the ravenous plague.
Nick Lyon (Zombie Apocalypse, Species: The Awakening) directs this ballistic chiller, feauturing LeVar Burton, Ethan Suplee (My Name is Earl), Chad Lindberg (Alex Cross, Supernatural), Heather Hemmens (Hellcats, 3 Musketeers), Andy Clemence (Super Cyclone, 3 Musketeers) and French Stewart. Headshots abound in this blood-stained story of undead terror no zombie fan will want to miss.
The shocking action begins tonight (10/27) @ 9/8c on Syfy. Imagine Greater.
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