James is a man frustrated by the irritations of his small-minded neighbors and wife. Unfortunately, his own small-mindedness keeps him from discovering that all around him, ravenous zombies are causing mayhem and threatening his life.

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(as R. Clement Darling)
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Jonathan Farnsworth ...
James Dawkins
Rene Parker ...
Emma Dawkins (as Marisol Medina)
Abigail Marks ...
Lisa Revenant
Jay Anthony ...
Sam Revenant
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Newscaster
Nygell ...
White Trash Zombie
Yosh Nakamura ...
Japanese Bodybuilder Zombie
Will Tijerina ...
Protester Zombie
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Japanese Girl Zombie #1
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Japanese Girl Zombie #2
David Matillo ...
Sick Patient (as David Ray Clark)
Ashley Melzer ...
Biker Zombie
Lili Romero ...
Baby Mama Zombie
Jonathan Ortega ...
Hawaiian T-Shirt Zombie
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James is a man frustrated by the irritations of his small-minded neighbors and wife. Unfortunately, his own small-mindedness keeps him from discovering that all around him, ravenous zombies are causing mayhem and threatening his life.

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Love Thy Neighbor

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Short | Comedy | Horror

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10 May 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Perversion's Arrow  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The Japanese bodybuilder zombie asleep in the waiting room is the same one that scares James in the last moments of the movie. See more »

Goofs

James' goggles alternate between on his head, and over his eyes, during the scene in which he confronts Sam and Lisa. See more »

Quotes

Newscaster: Protesters are gathered on the 10... people are getting a little weird and violent here... I'm not even sure these are protesters.
[a zombie grabs him from behind and rips into his neck]
James: [turning away from the TV] Honey, we have to go now! There's traffic on the 10.
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