In George Romero’s Zombie Films, The Living Were A Horror Show, Too

Because “Zombies” remained within a $1 million budget and showed a profit, Torabpour is aiming for a budget in the range of $4 million to $5 million for the Elijah picture, and he’s confident the capital can be raised, either through grassroots means or through the Hollywood production machine, he said. While theatrical releases aren’t as prized in the movie business as they once were due to the proliferation of other platforms, “getting this into theaters is important to us,” so Winter State Entertainment hopes to partner with a distributor for the movie.


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