Ken Brewer (executive), Meri Gyetvay (executive), Mark Kiazyk (executive), John Ward (executive) for Livid Media, Dark Park Films, The Internet Astronauts
directed by Johnny Lektrik (segment CKX News), Mark Kiazyk (segment CKX News), Ken Brewer (segments Two Stoners and a Zombie, Veronica's Bachelorette Party, A Walk in the Park:), John Ward (segment Flesh Attack)
starring segment CKX News: Nelson Mayer, Greg Strempler, Mark Kiazyk, Micaella Stone, Johnny Lektrik, Dan Boileau, Adam Knight, Tom Sinclair, Filip Zapeca, Kim Thorarinson, Chris Curpen, Jason Provo, Rob Berard, Timm Summ, Dominique Gall, Ken Wright, Carlton Hart, Takita Henderson, Ron Plenert, Sonny Ayson, Jorrell Lee Ayson, Tamara Smith, Rob Krezanski, Laura Mackay, Ryan Goertzen; segment Two Stoners and a Zombie: Keith Johnson, Tyler Ulrich, Lawrence Waller, Meghann Rose Pino, Brandi Krueger, Dominique Langford Rousseau, Salvatore Baxter, Sharon Gibson, Geno Gibson, Paul Barnicki, Yvonne Garcia, Croggey Spence; segment Flesh Attack: Andriana Garbiso, Gwendolyn Brown, Cassidy L. Palmer, Deonte Finch, William Arguello, Stephen Ginter-Clay, Orion Gurtner, Miranda Dudley, Donald J. Wills, John Ward; segment Veronica's Bachelorette Party: Traci Burr, Doug Waugh, Yajaira Bardales, Meri Gyetvay, Patricia Crook, Stephanie Gomez, Leslie Melgar-Mendez, Rebecca Martin, Joeseph Alvarez, Sara Bastedo, Andrea Wilhelm, Doug Gyetvay, Big Mark; segment A Walk in the Park:: Joshua Moomey, Ken Brewer, Alana Dro, Linnea Swanson, Kaitlin Kinner, Tom Grindle, Al Zuniga, Joe D'Aguanno, Matt Zercher, Tony Larrondo, Alejandra Juarez, Liane Ortega, Julian Mendez, Reggie Kirkpatrick, Doug Gyetvay, Dominic St Clair, Donald Galaz, Jim Eller, Paul Bologna, Wesson Marquez
written by Johnny Lektrik (segment CKX News), Mark Kiazyk (segment CKX News), Ken Brewer (segments Two Stoners and a Zombie, A Walk in the Park:), John Ward (segment Flesh Attack), Meri Gyetvay (segments Veronica's Bachelorette Party, A Walk in the Park:), music by Keith Johnson, special effects makeup by Miranda Dudley, Meri Gyetvay, Mark Kiazyk
CKX News: TV reporter Nelson Bighammer (Nelson Mayer) is
doing man-in-the-street interviews in downtown Winnepeg, a city that
has seen a recent dramatic increase in crime. Of course, so into his
report, he doesn't see the bigger problem here - zombies ...
- Two Stoners and a Zombie: Our two stoned heroes (Keith
Johnson, Tyler Ulrich) are probably the last people on earth who
haven't heard about the zombie outbreak - so they have no problems to
take a freshly bitten stranger (Lawrence Waller) in to help treat his
injuries. But of course, the stranger gradually turns. And things
don't get any better when our heroes' girlfriends (Meghann Rose Pino,
Brandi Krueger, Dominique Langford Rousseau) stop by for a visit ...
- Flesh Attack: A female burglar (Adriana Garbiso) learns about
the zombie outbreak pretty much right after she has entered the house
she's supposed to ransack, but figures the news isn't big enough to
quit what she has already started. Thing is, wherever she can enter,
zombies can as well ...
- Veronica's Bachelorette Party: It's your typical bachelorette
party for Veronica (Traci Burr) - only, the stripper (Doug Waugh) has
been scratched by a zombie ...
- A Walk in the Park: People you meet in a park, from a trio of
chicks who can't wait to tell one another about their sexual
adventures to a duo of assholes talking about hunting down vagrants to
a team of disgruntled baseball players to - well, flesh-eating zombies
5 tales from the zombie apocalypse, totally differing in style and
narratively unconnected from one another, they're all however from the
more humourous side of the genre - which is not to say they're simple
spoofs, but each of the stories has at least one laugh-inducing twist, and
at least some of the jump scares will make you chuckle rather than flinch.
At the same time, the film as a whole shows a deep love for the genre, and
the film certainly doesn't shy away from the blood and guts that have come
to be associated with the genre, and in all this is a movie that should
appeal to any genre fan with a sense of humour.
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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