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Gnaw: A Glimpse at the Zombie Apocalypse (2008)

Gnaw (original title)
When the zombie apocalypse begins, three friends attempt to hide from the madness by locking themselves away in an abandoned school corridor. But as hours turn to days, they begin to ... See full summary »

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Kelly Holden ...
Liz
Charles Riffenburg IV ...
Ron
Brandon Rowray ...
Brian
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Morgan Marshall ...
Militia
Mandy Napper ...
Militia
Graham B. Schmidt ...
Militia
William C. Schmidt ...
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When the zombie apocalypse begins, three friends attempt to hide from the madness by locking themselves away in an abandoned school corridor. But as hours turn to days, they begin to discover that it's impossible to lock out the madness if it's already within. Written by Frank Merle

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You can't keep out the madness if it's already within.

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Short | Horror

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25 July 2008 (USA)  »

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Gnaw: A Glimpse at the Zombie Apocalypse  »

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'Gnaw' won the award for Best Short Horror Film at the 2008 Illinois International Film Festival. See more »

Goofs

According to tick marks on the wall, Ron and Liz are trapped in a room with no apparent source of food or water for 23 days. This of course would be impossible. There was a scene in which they find a sink with running water for them to drink, but it was deleted for time. See more »

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Ron: I'll wait until you change.
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References Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »

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