Movies

Making a Horror Movie, On the Cheap

It no longer takes a lot of money or A-list stars to make a movie. Jon Kalish profiles the creation of Dead Roses, a horror flick shot by two African-American men on the streets of Brooklyn using just a digital camera and a cast of made-up zombies.

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