Parody of a song by Liam Sullivan, produced by the Living Dead Girlz and Holy Zoo staring Amber Steele, Jeremy Parsons, Amy McDonald, Jeff Ensslen, Jessica Katzman, and Shannon Lark. No brains required.
A remote and underground tattoo parlor uses surplus military chemicals in their work. Now the recent recipients of their work are becoming sick with a case of the Zombie Flu.
The city has spiraled into chaos. Every street swarms with flesh eating zombies. A young couple desperately flee from the oncoming rush of death. The man (Darryl Dougherty) has been bitten and is fading quickly into oblivion. The woman (Mandy Magnan) struggles to help her boyfriend as they search for refuge. Miraculously they stumble across an empty laundromat and lock themselves inside. Then the real nightmare begins.
When a barrel of Toxic Green Goo, compliments of a wrecked Military truck, seeps into the Soft-Serve Ice Cream at a local bowling alley four twenty-something friends end up with a hell of a stomach ache and cravings for brains.
Two escaped convicts, a couple of attractive lost hikers, and a televangelist with car trouble and his pretty, young assistant, all stumble into a deserted fishing lodge, miles from civilization. Every single window is boarded up, and there's no sign of the fishermen who own it.
A couple of Ghouls go out one night to a cemetery for dinner and have a healthily conversation about life in general. But on this night, the dead aren't so conversational. For tonight the dead will have revenge! Great short film not to be missed by artist Gris Grimly.
The title says it all. This is a collection of comic short films about zombies that entwine to tell a larger story of the Undead’s rise into the world of the living. The shorts include Canadian parody, fifties horror, low-rent gore, animation and a touch of philosophy.
Zak (John Francis Daley), a smart, funny and all-around nice guy is still coming to terms with his ex-girlfriend’s recent passing. Determined to get on with his life, Zak agrees to go on a blind date with the cute and quirky girl named Olivia (Danielle Harris). The date comes to an abrupt end when Zak’s dead ex shows up with an ultimatum… some relationships never die.
Zombie-cowboys have returned to their favorite Old-West watering hole after an undead breakout. While the group is 'playing' poker, we are allowed a glimpse into their reality. Lines are drawn, then crossed, and cheaters punished. A still-human bounty hunter arrives, and he's all that stands between these ghouls, and their next round of whiskey!
Johnny's always in the wrong place at the right time! Johnny Off The Spot is about a surprise encounter with a vampire and a simple misunderstanding.