“Dead & Breakfast” with Devon screens at Festival

On the 18th international festival for science fiction, Horror and Thriller, they have shown “Dead and Breakfast”. In this horror movie, Devon Gummersall is credited as Orange Cap.

If you are in Berlin, Germany you can watch the last airing of the movie on August 17. They will show it in the CinemaxX 7 Kino cinema. On this page you can get some informations about the movie. Fantasy Film Fest – Dead & Breakfast.

The feature a synopsis in english, too:

Six friends are on their way to a wedding in Galveston when their RV breaks down. They are forced to stop for the night at a quaint bed and breakfast in the sleepy town of Lovelock. However, the mysterious deaths of the inn’s owner and his chef make the unfortunate travelers the prime suspects in the double homicide.

Before the local law enforcement can mete out Texas justice, supernatural forces manifest themselves and the (already bizarre) local residents are possessed by evil spirits. The stranded wedding party are trapped in the B&B by hordes of maniacal zombiefied townsfolk. Armed with a rusty chainsaw, a can of gasoline, and half a box of shotgun shells the brutal battle for survival begins in earnest. Much mayhem ensues – and a great night at the movies is guaranteed for all.

In the vein of classic party-splatter-movies like Raimi’s EVIL DEAD 2 and Jackson’s BRAINDEAD comes Matthew Leutwyler’s high strung and very bloody bodycountathon that has everything you need to enjoy your six pack: virus ridden rednecks, Lynchian absurdist humour, deadly tools from forks to, yes!, chainsaws and David Carradine as a Buddhist inn-keeper. Suffice it to say: They mess with Bill – and everybody else!

“Dead & Breakfast is the work of die-hard horror fans… A horror movie that every horror fan should see.” RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE

“The blood and guts of Dead & Breakfast conjure memories of Peter Jackson’s earlier works… It’s a bloody good time.” FILM THREAT MAGAZINE

Dead and Breakfast
Berlin 17.August 21:30 CinemaxX 7

More informations about the festival can be found here: FantasyFilmFest.com