Artist animates walking dead in new film

Brittany Kyllo is making her bloody mark in an independent romantic horror flick called The Dead Mile.

  • Oct. 4, 2011 12:00 p.m.

Brittany Kyllo is making her bloody mark in an independent romantic horror flick called The Dead Mile. The Sicamous native is working alongside makeup artists from Los Angeles

Brittany Kyllo is making her bloody mark in an independent romantic horror flick called The Dead Mile.

The Sicamous native is working alongside makeup artists from Los Angeles, turning healthy extras (including friends Emily Wrench,  Ryland Wood and Doug Anderson) into the walking dead.

The movie will be released in 2012.

Kyllo, a certified makeup artist graduate of the Blanche MacDonald Centre, will be offering her zombifying services this Halloween in Sicamous. For more information, contact Kyllo at 250-515-1728 or email Brittany_kyllohotmail.com.

 

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