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Two clips from ‘Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard’

Survival zombie flick ZOMBIE KILLERS: ELEPHANT’S GRAVEYARD hits DVD shelves tomorrow and just in time for the release Anchor Bay has released two clips from the film. In these clips we see a possible reason why the infection is spreading and in the next we see our survival group in action. Be on the look out for ZOMBIE KILLERS ELEPHANT’S GRAVEYARD at your favorite rental locations Tuesday February 3rd and enjoy the clips!

The rural town of Elwood has always been a “bubble” against the backdrop of an organism-based epidemic where infected humans don’t die, instead they roam to spread the infection in a grisly, horrific way. Those who escape must survive—by any means necessary. But at what price?

On February 3, 2015, Anchor Bay Entertainment presents ZOMBIE KILLERS: ELEPHANT’S GRAVEYARD, an exciting survival thriller about a fallen world that’s provocative as it is chilling. Written and directed by B. Harrison Smith and with a stellar genre cast including Billy Zane, Dee Wallace, Mischa Barton, Felissa Rose, and Brian Anthony Wilson, ZOMBIE KILLERS: ELEPHANT’S GRAVEYARD is presented in an unrated version on Blu-ray™ and DVD.

In the film, the “Zombie Killers” are a small band of young adults, trained by military vet Seiler (Zane), who have sworn to protect the town and aim for the head if anything threatens Elwood’s last survivors.

Zombie Killers Official Clip – “Creek”

A team member makes a startling discovery about how the infection spreads.

Zombie Killers Official Clip — “Wheels Up”

A surprise visitor shows up at the team’s training exercise.


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