Thursday, March 17, 2011

MY FILM: Among the Fallen Synopsis

I've recently written up an official synopsis for my film Among the Fallen, as I get closer to finishing and then eventually releasing the movie. The summary gives a relatively straight forward idea of what the film is about and what my inspirations were in creating the final piece. I thought I'd just pass this along for those of you who are a little bit curious on what the film is about. Enjoy and there's more info and updates to come.


Among the Fallen is a compellingly deep film that delves into the unexplored inner workings of the human mind, by balancing both the physical and mental horrors that a person experiences when dealt a horrible loss of a loved one, and combines that with the gruesome visual decadence of a zombie film. Combining the reflective aesthetics of art-house cinema with the gory and primitive nature of zombie films, Among the Fallen brings about an original story of a grieving writer named Will Ashford, as he struggles to come to terms with the tragic death of his wife and unborn child.

Breaking off from the rest of the world, Will journeys to a secluded cabin to both finish his novel and cope with his depression. It is here that Will must battle his inner and outer demons as he descends into a downward spiral of haunting memories, ravenous creatures, and startling truths. With its violent nature and uncompromising portrayal of a man struggling to survive both bittersweet memories of what once was and an onslaught of mysterious watchers that begin appearing in the surrounding woods, Among the Fallen is a heavily atmospheric film drenched in zombie lore.

Gathering inspiration from such filmmakers as Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci, and George Romero, the film combines a plethora of unconventional themes to create an unorthodox and surreal zombie story with a human soul and a lot of bite.


  1. Nicely written and an evocative synopsis, Jay! Sounds good to me!

  2. Excellent! I've got the venom seal of approval.. I'm satisfied. Yeah, I'm actually finishing off the last pieces of the puzzle and it should be done in a couple of weeks. Looking forward to showing it off.

  3. Thanks, Jay! I'm anxious to see how this all works out. Good luck getting it done!