Tony Newton (producer)

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Tony Newton (born April 2, 1979) is a film producer, director, and writer, known for Grindsploitation: The Movie, 60 Seconds to Die and 60 Seconds 2 Die. [1] He is known as the producer of the films Virus of the Dead, Grindsploitation, 60 Seconds to Die, Die Gest: Flesh Feast, VHS Lives: A Schockumentary. He is also the author of the books The Zombie Rule Book and The Zombie Rule Book 2.

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