One Cut Of The Dead…
A film that has a heap of well earned good press, One Cut Of The Dead opens NY and LA this September 13 2019, there will be one-night screenings across the country on September 17 2019 and after that the film will be coming soon to Shudder.
From the Press Release
One of the most critically-acclaimed genre films of the past decade and a record-shattering blockbuster in its native Japan, ONE CUT OF THE DEAD first appears to be a one-take indie zombie film… but something magical happens 37 minutes in: the film’s director yells cut and – throwing all cinematic conventions and viewer expectations to the wind – it transforms into a charming story about the power of family, the passion that goes into making movies, and, in its stunning final sequence, a uproarious meta re-examination of the film’s opening single take and how it came to be!
We don’t want to spoil all of that for our audience, but a theatrical release needs a trailer, so we made one. And while we hope you’ll post and share it right away, it does comes with a spoiler alert, advising the audience to stop watching, simply take our word for it, and just grab some tickets and go. We suspect that those of you who have seen the film will agree with our approach, and agree that, even after watching our trailer, we’ve preserved the film’s brilliant Rube Goldberg-level gags and misdirection.
Shudder, in association with theatrical partner Variance Films, is bringing festival favorite ONE CUT OF THE DEAD to the big screen, prior to its debut on Shudder – and they’re bringing it everywhere. Opening in NYC (IFC Center) and LA (Alamo Drafthouse Downtown) on 9/13, people around the country won’t have to wait – over 60 one-night screenings across the US and Canada are slated for Tuesday, 9/17, with additional screenings to follow and more being added daily.
One Cut Of The Dead is written, directed, and edited by Shinichiro Ueda, and stars Takayuki Hamatsu, Mao, Harumi Shuhama, Yuzuki Akiyama, Kazuaki Nagaya, and Manabu Hosoi.
While shooting a low-budget zombie film in an abandoned warehouse, the crew find themselves caught between actual zombies and a mad director who won’t stop rolling. If you think you know what happens next, think again. Filmmaker Shinichiro Ueda turns the film on its head more than once for one of the wildest, funniest, and most surprising zombie movies of all time.