Julius Ramsay was an editor on The Walking Dead for 6 years and now he’s ready to make his directorial debut with the IFC Midnight film Midnighters.
Much of the attention of The Walking Dead revolves around the cast and characters who are brought into the homes of millions of viewers around the world on a weekly basis thanks to AMC’s zombie drama.
However, there are many individuals who work hard behind the scenes to ensure that the apocalyptic television program is of a high quality and can entertain fans during every single episode.
One of those individuals is Julius Ramsay. Ramsay worked as an editor on The Walking Dead for 22 episodes between 2010 and 2015 as well as worked on several popular shows such as American Idol, The Bachelorette, Battlestar Galactica, and Flashforward.
According to a press release from IFC Midnight shared by Horror-Movies.ca, Ramsay has moved behind the camera and will release his directorial debut titled Midnighters in theatres, VOD and Digital HD on March 2, 2018.
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The show boasts a cast with quite a bit of experience in horror and popular television shows and films. Even if the names aren’t immediately familiar, there’s a great chance you have seen the faces of these actors and actresses before.
Here are the featured actors from Midnighters:
- Alex Essoe (Starry Eyes, Tales of Halloween)
- Perla Haney-Jardine (Steve Jobs, Spider-Man 3)
- Dylan McTee (MTV’s “Sweet Vicious”)
- Ward Horton (Annabelle, The Wolf of Wall Street).
Check out the description of the film:
"“Midnight, New Year’s Eve: when all the hopes of new beginnings come to life – except for Lindsey and Jeff Pittman, whose strained marriage faces the ultimate test after they cover up a terrible crime and find themselves entangled in a Hitchcockian web of deceit and madness.”"
Also, here is the trailer for the film to get a feel for what the film will look like:
Will you be checking out the directorial debut from The Walking Dead editor Julius Ramsay? Or doest Midnighters not really look like your kind of flick? Let us know what you think in the comments below!