Night and Day: Wednesday, June 01, 2005
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Natali Jones rises from the dead ‘After Sundown.’
After Sundown screens 7pm Tue at Billy Bob’s Texas, 2520 Rodeo Plaza, FW. Admission is free, but tickets are required and can be downloaded at www.aftersundownmovie.com/premiere.
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From Dusk Till Dawn

After Sundown is unlikely to be confused with After the Sunset, the lukewarm Pierce Brosnan-Salma Hayek caper film that came out last November. Christopher Abram and Michael W. Brown’s horror flick is about a young woman (played by Susana Gibb, whom you may remember from earlier this year as the lead actress in Erik Clapp’s Seventy-8) who finds herself locked in a lethal battle with a gunslinging Old West vampire (played by J. Christopher, who was also a vampire in the filmmakers’ last short film, The Fanglys) and his army of zombies.
The film will receive its premiere at the unusual venue of Billy Bob’s Texas, which served as one of many location settings for this Dallas-produced feature. Brown has said he hopes the movie will improve the genre of micro-budget horror, which is certainly no small task. After Sundown boasts an impressive number of actors filling out crowd scenes, as well as a cameo by Jake Billingsley, a cast member of Survivor: Thailand. The filmmakers will be on hand to discuss their movie afterwards. If Billy Bob’s can carve out a reputation for gory, locally produced low-budget horror flicks as well as country music, it’ll generate some new buzz for itself.



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