June 15th 2019 – A BIG THANK YOU TO YOU ALL!

Firstly, the biggest, most MASSIVE thank you to ALL the volunteers who came along for the 15th June shoot. To the make up artists, your work was absolutely incredible. To the zombies, your acting couldn’t have been better. On top of that, your patience between shots was greatly appreciated, given that sometimes it involved standing in a the middle of a cold field while the rain battered us now and again!

Russ will no doubt in time write up the events that lead up to the shoot, and a write up on the day itself. But now, with all the filming done, comes the monumental task of editing and putting all the filming together, with a hope to release the finished product by the end of the year.

You can keep track of progress over on the following social networks:

Twitter – @Day66_Movie

Facebook – Day 66 Movie

Snapchat/Instagram – day66movie

And once again, a big thank you to you all for your support for the project. It really does mean a lot to Russ and the rest of the Day66 team – we hope you had a great day, and you had as much fun as we did.


In the last 24 hours emergency services throughout the United Kingdom have been inundated with reports of violent and aggressive behaviour linked to an unknown virus spreading rapidly across the globe.

Health organisations worldwide are working in conjunction on a cure but at this time we strongly suggest you read and share the following advice, memorable by the mnemonic, “MARS”:

Monitor TV/Radio
Avoid the injured
Remain indoors
Spread the word!

Monitor TV/Radio

The government is working with the army to ensure food and water are distributed to homes in your area. Keep monitoring TV/Radio for updates on progress.

Avoid the injured

Most reports of violent behaviour involve biting. This is highly likely to be how the virus spreads. DO NOT be tempted to help the injured, no matter how difficult or upsetting this may be.

Remain indoors

Remain in your home or current place of refuge. Ensure all doors/windows are locked and secure. DO NOT leave your home/place of refuge in an attempt to stockpile supplies.

Spread the word!

Tell people you are with to adhere to these instructions. Help spread the word – not the infection!


At this point in time it is no longer possible to use the 999 emergency service number. This is due to call centres being inundated with requests for assistance. It is hoped normal service will resume soon. In the meantime, adhere to the above instructions and remember your right to use reasonable force should the particular circumstances you find yourself in justify them. DO NOT try to apprehend anyone. Wherever you find yourself in danger, IF IN DOUBT, GET OUT.

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