Stills from Night of the Animated Dead

The night before the digital release of Night of the Animated Dead Warner Bros. has shared four new still from the remake of George A. Romero’s classic zombie movie.

Nearly all the key characters in the film are in these new images: Ben (voiced by Dulé Hill), Barbara (Katharine Isabelle), Harry (Josh Duhamel), Helen (Nancy Travis), Tom (James Roday Rodriguez), Johnny (Jimmi Simpson) and Sheriff McClelland (Will Sasso).

Stranded in an abandoned home with no information other than zombies banging down the door, a group of strangers is finally semi-enlightened through a radio broadcast that details the zombie outbreak in Night of the Animated Dead. From left to right: James Roday Rodriguez (A Million Little Things, Psych) gives voice to Tom; Dulé Hill (The West Wing, Psych), whose new series The Wonder Years premieres on ABC on September 22, provides the voice of Ben; Josh Duhamel (Jupiter’s Legacy, Transformers) inhabits the misunderstood Harry; and Nancy Travis (Last Man Standing, The Kominsky Method) is the voice of Helen.

Johnny and Barbara journey to a graveyard to pay their respects – and end up in the middle of a zombie apocalypse in the opening moments of Night of the Animated Dead. Jimmi Simpson (Westworld) gives voice to Johnny, and scream queen Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps) takes on the iconic role of Barbara in the film

Johnny and Barbara journey to a graveyard to pay their respects – and end up in the middle of a zombie apocalypse in the opening moments of Night of the Animated Dead. Jimmi Simpson (Westworld) gives voice to Johnny, and scream queen Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps) takes on the iconic role of Barbara in the film

Johnny and Barbara journey to a graveyard to pay their respects – and end up in the middle of a zombie apocalypse in the opening moments of Night of the Animated Dead. Jimmi Simpson (Westworld) gives voice to Johnny, and scream queen Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps) takes on the iconic role of Barbara in the film

The re-imaging will coming out on Blu-ray Combo Pack & DVD on October 5.

Since seeing Star Wars on TV as a child Shane has been hooked on movies. In 2001 he decided to start up his own webpage dedicated to his new love DVD. Now, over 20-years later he continues to FEED YOUR HUNGER with the latest Theatrical, Blu-ray and DVD reviews.

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