About The New World Horror


We are a group of committed filmmakers, digital storytellers, artists, actors, musicians, writers, and rabble-rousers brought together by Adam Schabow (Blogging Blue, Dane101, Rants Without Pants, The Shabelles, Christmas in April). Schabow’s frustration with the current political landscape of his home state and country, along with his love of classic horror films, inspired the idea for The New World Horror.
The New World Horror is a full-length Wisconsin-based film shooting in the summer of 2014. A stylish take on the zombie genre, with a nostalgic feel and respect towards cinematic details, it tells the story of eight strangers who find life turned upside down when a demonic virus from hell transforms those at a local Tea Party rally into zombies. It’s Night of the Living Dead-meets-Evil Dead as the survivors band together to fend off the approaching End Times.

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Director: Adam Schabow
Produced by: Adam Schabow, Steven Renfro, Fernanda Loaiza-Renfro, Kathleen Kosiec, Jason Dean, Sarah Bartash
Sound Engineer: Pat Siebens
Director of Photography and Assistant Director: Steven Renfro
Production Designer and Art Director: Fernanda Loaiza-Renfro
Make-Up and Special Effects: Fernanda Loaiza-Renfro, Annie Clift, Travis Soumis, and Eric Wood.
Original Screenplay by Adam Schabow, Jason Dean, and Joshua James
Script Supervisors: Sarah Bartash and Kathleen Kosiec
Produced through Laundry Basket Movies and Amateur Space Invader
Marketing: Sarah Bartash (Belle the Cat, Dane101), Kathleen Kosiec (Dane101, kathleenkosiec.com) and Jason Dean (the-dean.com, Outside the Brain Studio)

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