Block Z zombie film story of two people fighting for love amidst all the conflicts

Block Z is an upcoming Philippine zombie film directed by Mikhail Red and starring Julia Barretto, Yves Flores, Myrtle Sarrosa, Maris Racal, McCoy de Leon , Ian Veneracion, Dimples Romana, Ina Raymundo, and Joshua Garcia. It follows a group of university students who try to survive the undead during a deadly viral outbreak. The film will be theatrically released on January 29, 2020.

Block Z will mark the sixth feature film for director Mikhail Red, following Rekorder (2013), Birdshot (2016), Neomanila (2017), Eerie (2019), and Dead Kids (2019). The film is also said to be Red’s “most ambitious project yet”. Filming began in March 2019, and ended in July 2019. Shooting took place in Manila and Quezon City. According to Red, the film features fast-running zombies in the same vein as in 28 Days Later. Less mainstream romances movies, more exploration to other genres that make the Philippine film industry gain reverence from the people once again. Creativity does not stop in the story of two people fighting for love amidst all the conflicts but explodes to random and curious thoughts just like a story of fighting for one’s life amidst all the zombies. Mikhail Red, since “Birdshot”, has been the talk of the town for his venturesome works and were successful. After the trailer of “Block Z” was released, people have been hyped to watch the first Philippine zombie movie but having Mikhail Red to direct the movie makes the watch more interesting on how he can make the first Philippine zombie movie different from all the zombie movies ever watched.

“Block Z” is starring Julia Barretto, Joshua Garcia, Dimples Romana, Mccoy de Leon, Maris Racal, Ina Raymundo, and Ian Veneracion. The film was directed by Mikhail Red, the same director who directed “Birdshot” and “Eerie” which both were a success. Here is the movie trailer.

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