Evil Breakfast Dead Club

Official Evil Breakfast Dead Club promotional artRule breaking teenagers meet teenager possessing demons. They broke the rules, they touched each other, and they swallowed each others’ souls.

This is a parody mashup of some iconic movies from the 80’s, most notably The Breakfast Club and The Evil Dead.

ADDITIONAL INFO

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Package, including synopsis, and the script are available on request.

Additional information is available here as well.

As an added benefit, here’s a trailer we through together while playing around with the concept a few years ago.  Long before the feature was a thought…

MEET THE TEAM

President, CEO and Producer
Jon Bonnell

Education and Outreach
KellyAnn Bonnell

Producer
Aaron Ginn-Forsberg

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