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12.18.2009by: The Arrow
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We just got our paws on a first look at the one sheet (see it below) for the horror comedy ZOMBIES OF MASS DESTRUCTION which will be distributed by the fine folks over at After Dark Films. Here's what the flick is about:

An idyllic island town is under attack by that most invasive of pests: zombies! Port Gamble is being overrun with brain-eaters, and the people seem powerless to stave them off. But wait, a ragtag band of rebels is trying to turn the tide and push the invading hoards of undead back. It sounds familiar, sure, but this time stereotypes are on parade (and parody) in a retake on the zombie thriller. Gore abounds (really abounds) and the current events-based hits keep coming in this send-up of zombie movie clichés where no subculture escapes unscathed

ZOMBIES OF MASS DESTRUCTION was directed by Kevin Hamedani, co written by Ramon Isao and stars. Janette Armand and Doug Fahl. It will be included in the "8 Films to Die For" series this coming January as part of the fourth After Dark Horrorfest. See the film's TRAILER HERE and tap its OFFICIAL SITE HERE.

Source: AITH

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1:38PM on 12/18/2009
I saw the trailer, took it seriously, and thought it loked like shit. Then I came here and realised it's supposed to be a parody, so I take that back and admit it looks watchable at least. Always been a fan of the 8 Films To Die For series, so I guess I'll be seeing this in January.
I saw the trailer, took it seriously, and thought it loked like shit. Then I came here and realised it's supposed to be a parody, so I take that back and admit it looks watchable at least. Always been a fan of the 8 Films To Die For series, so I guess I'll be seeing this in January.
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