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Snow Day, Bloody Snow Day (2005)

When an unexpected snowstorm strikes Seattle, the dead rise from their graves to prey on the city's helpless citizens. From the confines of their living room, a group of unlikely heroes ... See full summary »
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Check Zombie
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Golf Club Zombie
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Geek Attack Zombie
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Panicked Shopper / Geek Attack Zombie
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Brett
Gevin Booth ...
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When an unexpected snowstorm strikes Seattle, the dead rise from their graves to prey on the city's helpless citizens. From the confines of their living room, a group of unlikely heroes emerge to stop the flesh hungry hordes, only to discover that zombies aren't the only evil they are up against. Written by Faye Hoerauf and Jessica Baxter

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When There's Snow More Room In Hell

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Fuggin hysterical!
20 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

The jokes are a flying in Snow Day, Bloody Snow Day. A whimsical short whose snort-value far exceeds its minuscule budget. The special effects and make-up were top-notch and the cast was absolutely brilliant. The actors deliver deadpan dialog that will make you shoot milk out your nose.

It's also awesome to see more women step up to the plate in the Seattle independent film industry. Jessica Baxter & Faye Hoerauf (the writers) have a unique and refreshing view on zombies and what they are capable of. The Seattle indie film scene is just getting going, with Snow Day, Bloody Snow Day braving the remnants of an unfriendly city to film in. It will have you in stitches, or at least needing them!


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