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The horror action movie Dead Zone, starring Michael Jai White (Black Dynamite) and Chad Michael Collins (the Sniper franchise), is now available to watch on the Tubi streaming service. To help you decide whether or not this is a movie you’d like to watch, we have the trailer for Dead Zone embedded at the top of this article.
Directed by Hank Braxtan (Snake Outta Compton) from a screenplay by Jeffrey Giles, Tim Ogletree, Michael Klug, and Michael Lurie, Dead Zone has the following synopsis:
To stop the collapse of humanity, an elite team of soldiers must descend on a radiation-poisoned town and perform the ultimate stealth mission using high-tech armor and weapons.
White and Collins are joined in the cast by the great Jeff Fahey (Body Parts). The movie’s IMDb page also lists cast members Tarkan Dospil (4 Minutes), Whitney Nielsen (Alien Expedition), Antuone Torbert (Young Rock), and J. Michael Weiss (The Sensei), with James Markham Hall Jr. (Dead in the Head) as Creature.
Screenwriters Giles and Lurie produced Dead Zone with Arielle Brachfeld and Tarkan Dospil.
In addition to Snake Outta Compton, Braxtan has directed the films Blood Effects, Chemical Peel, Unnatural, Dragon Soldiers, and Jurassic Hunt. He also directed the 2007 fan film Return of the Ghostbusters… And while I can’t say I have seen any of his movies up to this point, some of them have very interesting titles.
Let us know what you thought of the trailer for Dead Zone by leaving a comment below. Will you be watching this movie on Tubi? I’m a fan of White, Collins, and Fahey each individually, so I will definitely be watching this horror action movie that puts them all together to face a terrifying threat.
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