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I Survived A Zombie Holocaust

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Wesley, a young runner on a Zombie film set, has the first day from hell when real Zombies overrun the set....Who are the real Zombies and who are the extras? Decapitate with care!

From the land of early Peter Jackson comes another Braindead movie in bad taste. It’s the third day of shooting the low budget horror ‘Tonight They Come’ on location in the wilds of New Zealand. Director SMP is already beside himself having to work with a self-obsessed leading man and a bimbo actress when into his line of fire comes a new runner, wannabe screenwriter Wesley Pennington. Clearly an accident-prone nerd, Wesley nevertheless tries his best to fit in with the crazed cast and demented crew while falling head over heels for Susan, the on set caterer. But cast and crew are struck down by a mystery illness and suddenly the zombie extras start acting like genuine members of the living dead. Zombies have invaded the Zombie film set and Reel life turns real as Wesley attempts to save the day and escape the film set with a group of survivors.

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Starring

Harley Neville, Jocelyn Christian, Ben Baker, Reanin Johannin, Mike Edwardk

Directed by

Guy Pigden

Written by

Guy Pigden

Country Of Origin

New Zealand

Language

English

Horror Talk

"Everything about this movie is loud and crass, but with its tongue firmly in its cheek there is no other way to take it than just damn good fun. It goes all out and has no apologies, and that is pretty damn fabulous."

flickeringmyth.com

"...when a movie is as good as I Survived a Zombie Holocaust, it should be worn with a badge of honour. It’s one of the funniest zombie comedies in recent memory (apart from the tremoundous Stalled) and is a great example of how to get the genre right. A brilliant thrill ride that will make you laugh, make you hurl and can even make you cry – even if it’s just from laughing so much."

Grolsch Film Works

"...funny, and with a good heart to match all the blood and guts, I Survived A Zombie Holocaust is an infectiously self-consuming artifact from the land of the haka..."

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