Zombie Farm [The Final Cut - Widescreen Edition]

Released 2009


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This is the Official ZOMIBE FARM video Release ... yes, THE FINAL CUT! Get the video in its 16x19 widescreen, undead glory. Shot in High Definition, ZOMBIE FARM tells the story of undead calamity in a small California highway town. QUICK HIT: Hell has been unleashed on the small town of Muerto Verde. Inbred cannibal farmers are turned into zombies after Taliban warriors poison the local water supply. Humanity's only hope -- two FBI agents and four party-crazed college kids. The harvest has begun, and yes, that's right, they were inbred cannibals before they were zombies, so don't hold that against them. THE FINAL CUT is recharged with a newly re-digitized video and includes the restored, never-before-seen final version of the director's undead vision. The previously released (festival edition) soundtrack is gone and the new super-charged, remixed and revived soundtrack and audio further the risen-from the dead fun and gore. On the video: * Widescreen Feature * Inbred Undead Mini-Documentary * Filmmaker Video Commentary * Original Trailer * Theme Song Music Video In 2007, Zombie Farm toured festivals and independent theaters in North America making appearances from coast-to-coast at the historical Roxy Theater in San Francisco and the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles, as well as appearing in Starland's Horrorfest, The It's Alive Zombie Film Festival, Revenant Magazine's Zombie Film Fest, Another Hole in the Head Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival and the SoCal Independent Film Festival. If you don't mind the floors sticky with blood and you enjoy the campiness of low-budget horror movies like Sam Raimi's Evil Dead, Peter Jackson's Bad Taste, or any of George Romero's original Living Dead movies, then Zombie Farm is the perfect companion piece for your undead collection. Rue Morgue Magazine writes: "Squeal like an undead pig! This wildly entertaining film never takes itself too seriously and is loaded with buck.moreless

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Satire, Thrillers, B-Movie Horror, Zombies,Vampires & Monsters, Classics