Artie is pure bred trailer trash. He has zero ambition, is everyone’s favorite punching back at school and bears the burden of his virginity in silence. And then April moves out of the state. She’s his best friend and support since kindergarten and the love of his life. Three years later Artie finally has the courage to take to the road and go see April to tell her how he feels about her. One car-crash later Artie wakes up in the middle of the zombie apocalypse. But this time he’s not going to hide. Artie’s love for April doesn’t give him wings, but does give him the courage to hack, slash, punch and kick himself a part towards the girl he loves. Time is of the essence, because that bite on his hand will make the difference between a French kiss and a bite out of April’s brains.
After years of yearning for the girl next door, Artie finally builds the courage to woo her… only to find out the girl of his dreams and best friend, April, is moving away – sending Artie…
After years of yearning for the girl next door, Artie finally builds the courage to woo her… only to find out the girl of his dreams and best friend, April, is moving away – sending Artie into a deep depression. Three years later, the emptiness subsides and the lion inside tells Artie to “go find April and make her yours”. Empowered and eager to find April, Artie crashes his car on the way… and wakes up a week later in the middle of a zombie outbreak. Now it’s up to Artie and his ever-growing courage to find April – no matter what cannibalistic creature steps in his way. Written by Brent Tarnol
|Tagline:||Nothing’s sicker than love, not even The Dead|
|Cast:||Brent Tarnol, George Lopez, Glen Powell, Marguerite MacIntyre, Mark Rolston, Matt Prokop, Matt Shively, Randy Wayne, Rebekah Brandes, Reece Thompson, Roger Bart, Sarah Hyland, Stephanie Hunt, Todd Stashwick, William Morgan Sheppard|