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ANDREW DIVOFF ("Gerald Tovar, Jr.")

ANDREW DIVOFF is best known for playing the evil Djinn in the hit horror film series Wishmaster and Wishmaster 2. In Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation he steps into the role of Gerald Tovar, Jr. Recent TV credits include his featured recurring roles on Lost as Russian Mikhail Bakunin and as Ivan Sarnoff on CSI: Miami.

JEFFREY COMBS ("Harold Tovar")

JEFFREY COMBS' best-known film role is Dr. Herbert West, created in Stuart Gordon's cult masterpiece Re-Animator and reprised in the film's two hit sequels. Recent credits include the 2007 splatter/noir remake of Herschell Gordon Lewis' Wizard of Gore and in 2012, he co-stars in Dorothy and The Witches of Oz, a SyFy Channel original.

SARAH LIEVING ("Cristie Forrest")

SARAH LIEVING has moved between independent films and studio features since making her debut in the 2005 DVD premiere film War of the Worlds. She co-starred along with Dean Stockwell in the 2009 remake of The Dunwich Horror and stars along with John Schneider in Super Shark, for release in 2012.

DENICE DUFF ("Sister Sara")

DENICE DUFF is best known for her roles as Michelle Morgan in the DVD hit Subspecies series and in 2005 co-starred in the cult horror film The Straun House. She has guest-starred in numerous TV series, including episodes of CSI: MIAMI and Northern Exposure and co-starred in the network TV movie, Robin Cook's Invasion.


ROBYN SYDNEY co-starred in the 2006 festival hit The Lost and in 2008 starred in the sexy horror thriller Wicked Lake. In Television, she has appeared in episodes of ER, CSI and co-starred in the Showtime Masters of Horror episode, Right to Die. In 2012, she co-stars with Barry Bostwick in the satirical horror feature, FDR: American Badass!


ADAM CHAMBERS was featured in 2006's Night of the Living Dead 3D and recently co-starred along with Lance Henriksen in the thriller The Genesis Code (2010). He has appeared in numerous television series including Cold Case, CSI: Miami and Criminal Minds.


JEFF BROADSTREET (Director/Producer/Screenplay)

Jeff Broadstreet has produced and directed the feature films, Sexbomb (1989), Area 51: The Alien Interview (1997), The Straun House (2005), Night of the Living Dead 3D (2006), and Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation (2011). In addition, he Executive Produced the documentary festival hit, American Grindhouse (2010). NOTLD 3D: Re-Animation marks Broadstreet's third feature film working with Director of Photography Andrew Parke and their second collaboration in the arena of 3D films.

2006's Night of the Living Dead 3D was released theatrically in over 145 theaters in the U.S. and Canada by Midnight Movies Entertainment and Alliance Atlantis, Canada's largest film distributor. In addition, NOTLD 3D opened at #5 in 2007 at the Russian theatrical box office, ensuring the demand for the prequel.


Lawrence Greenstein is a veteran of the music industry and a business entrepreneur with business contacts in countries all over the world. He makes his producing debut with Night of the Living Dead 3: Re-Animation.

ROBERT VALDING (Editor/Second Unit Director)

A Los Angeles native and graduate of the UCLA film program, Robert Valding has been a script analyst, film editor and visual consultant. In addition to editing to Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation, Valding also directed the Second Unit on the film.

ANDREW PARKE (Director of Photography/Stereographer)

One of the most versatile genre cinematographers in Hollywood, Andrew Parke is known for being able to adopt a wide variety of visual styles and filming formats. He was instrumental in developing the indie-film friendly 3D camera system utilized on NOTLD 3D: Re-Animation and on 2006's NOTLD 3D. Recent credits include Iowa (2005) and the upcoming 3D productions, Shockwave Darkside and Run.

MONSTER FX (Special Make-up Effects)

Monster FX, headed by partners Mark Villalobos and Ron Karkoska, supplied the extensive Special Makeup Effects featured in Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation. Recent feature credits include The Hills Run Red and Night Skies. In TV, Monster FX supplied the Special Make-up Effects on MTV's hit series, Death Valley (2011).

ADAM LIMA (Digital Effects Supervisor/Associate Producer)

Digital Effects Supervisor Adam Lima supplied over 130 CG (Computer graphic) visual effects shots for Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation including green screen compositing and digital blood and gore - all in 3D. In addition to 2006's NOTLD 3D, credits include the hit horror/thriller The Devil Inside (2012) and the comedy hit Bridesmaids (2011).


Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation marks Jason Brandt's third collaboration with Jeff Broadstreet. He previously composed the music for Broadstreet's darkly humorous indie horror feature, The Straun House and NOTLD 3D. Brandt's impressive list of credits include the indie festival hits The Passing (2005) and Something's Wrong in Kansas (2007).


In this 3D prequel to the 2006 cult hit, pyrophobic mortician Gerald Tovar, Jr. (ANDREW DIVOFF) inherits the family mortuary and accidentally exposes hundreds of uncremated bodies to toxic medical waste. As the corpses re-animate, Gerald's inheritance-seeking younger brother, Harold (JEFFREY COMBS) unexpectedly shows up and stumbles upon Gerald trying to keep the zombie outbreak under control. Sibling rivalry gives way to madness as Harold discovers Gerald's dark secret - the freshly exhumed and zombified corpse of their father.

In The News

On January 15, 2012 Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation screened at the Downtown Independent Theatre in a special Sneak Screening presented by the Los Angeles 3D Club. A Q & A was held after the screening with stars Andrew Divoff and Denice Duff, Editor Robert Valding, Second Unit Director of Photography/Stereographer Joe Setele and Director/Writer Jeff Broadstreet.

Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation is set for a 3D Blu-ray release in Great Britain on August 20, 2012 from 101 Films. Check back here for more release updates including North American release plans.

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