BTS Photos, Character Posters For Zombie Action-Horror ‘Wyrmwood: Apocalypse’ Ahead of APRIL 14 VOD Release

We are so excited for Wyrmwood: Apocalypse, the sequel to Kiah Roache-Turner and Tristan Roache-Turner’s 2015 film, Wyrmwood: Road Of The Dead. We’ve shared the trailer with you, and now we have the bloody character posters and some behind the scenes shots. Check it out!

From the press release:

The latest explosively gory feature from Kiah Roache-Turner and Tristan Roache-Turner, the filmmaking duo behind the 2015 breakout sensation Wyrmwood: Road Of The Dead and the 2018 TIFF Midnight Madness hit, Nekrotronic.


Rhys lives in the zombie-infested wasteland. His job is to capture civilians and deliver them to what’s left of the military. When Rhys captures a half-zombie-half-human named Grace, he comes to believe she is the key to ending the apocalypse.

The latest feature from Australian filmmaking brother duo Kiah Roache-Turner and Tristan Roache-Turner, whose previous collaborations include their breakout feature debut Wyrmwood: Road Of The Dead, which premiered at the 2014 Fantastic Fest and put them on the map internationally for their creative use of low-budget gore and highly effective horrific story, and the 2018 TIFF Midnight Madness premiere Nekrotronic. The two share co-writing credits while Kiah handles direction with energetic ease and Tristan produces.

With a mix of new and familiar faces from the creative worlds of the Roache-Turner brothers, Wyrmwood: Apocalypse stars Luke McKenzie (Wentworth: Wyrmwood: Road Of The Dead), Bianca Bradey (Wyrmwood: Road Of The Dead), Shantae Barnes-Cowan (Total Control), Tasia Zalar (Mystery Road), Jay Gallagher (Wyrmwood: Road Of The Dead, Nekrotronic), and Nicholas Boshier (Soul Mates).

Blake Northfield (Streamline) produced alongside Tristan Roache-Turner, and Todd Brown and Maxime Cottray executive produced for XYZ Films.

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