John M. Ware (from the movie Thr33 Days Dead and the SYFY television show Town of the Living Dead) and A.J. Coleman on right.
SYFY had the cutest show called Town of the Living Dead. It ws about the pitfalls of making a zombie movie in a small town. Sometimes, people complained about "the bodies", there was a whole issue about shooting the movie in the cemetery and was expensive) and once, a fire/bomb went off before planned. At every turn there was a huge expense, a new catastrophe, and money needed. What they did to save money was brilliant. The real people who made the movie were truly interesting and we ended up dealing with people who were gay in the Bible Belt, family issues, and even a pregnancy! Through it all, their was friendship and fun. Each time they showed how the edited film looked, it was amazingly good. I have yet to see the movie but can't wait! John M War was always working to make the movie the best it could be and I enjoyed seeing his dedication. JEA's own AJ Coleman, a terrific zombie writer, met with John and had a great visit; they have become friends and she was thrilled to meet someone involved in the zombie business.
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Eight months ago the world turned upside-down in the most horrifying way. The dead came back to life and started killing the living. Within weeks, zombies ruled the world. In a small southern Ohio town, Joel, a twenty-something underachiever finds himself holed up with a group of survivors as they take refuge in a church. Fighting the undead in a desperate attempt to survive, they try to maintain some semblance of what makes us human. In this grueling post-apocalyptic world, they discovered that while the undead are terrible, the living can be just as merciless and even more deadly.
Sanctuary from the Dead tells the story of a group of survivors who desperately try to maintain their humanity as they try to survive in an undead world.