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Gay Zombie (2007)

A sexually confused zombie seeks therapy and adventures through West Hollywood.


Michael Simon


Michael Simon




Credited cast:
Brad Bilanin Brad Bilanin ... Miles the Zombie
Ryan Carlberg ... Todd
Robert Laughlin ... Greg (as Robbie Laughlin)
Craig Olsen Craig Olsen ... Dwayne
Andrew Miller ... Scorpio
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matthew Ammons Matthew Ammons ... Freak Out Guy
Joel Andersom Joel Andersom ... Yoga Student
Stella Choe ... Yoga Student
John Coulter John Coulter ... Handsome Guy
Dave Cramer Dave Cramer ... Mob Guy
Philip Ferenchick Philip Ferenchick ... Freak Out Guy
Michael Foley Michael Foley ... The Bartender
Ward Garee Ward Garee ... Zombie Killer
Joe Gill Joe Gill ... Freak Out Guy
Scott Hammond Scott Hammond ... Mob Guy


A sexually confused zombie goes on an adventure through West Hollywood where he makes friends and meets a special someone named Todd. His new buddies help him come to terms and try to assimilate him into normal life. Everything is peachy until his flesh eating appetite rears it's ugly head. Will Miles be able to control himself? Will his bloody ways be too much for a boy to bear? Find out during this hilarious ride of undead love. Written by Simon, Michael (IV)

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Love means never having to say you're dead


Short | Comedy | Horror

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Release Date:

10 May 2007 (USA) See more »


Box Office


$23,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Edited into Boys on Film 1: Hard Love (2009) See more »

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Warm, funny and charming beyond all expectation.
22 February 2008 | by r0der1ckSee all my reviews

Don't think of this as a zombie movie; think of this as a gay romantic comedy in which one of the characters happens to be a zombie. The audience at the showing I saw squirmed a bit, I suspect in part because they were expecting more horror and fewer make-over montages and, in equal measure, because this film proudly wears its stereotypes on its sleeve. That said, this movie is fun and very funny. If you've ever been young and freshly out of the closet then you are almost certain to recognize everyone and everything in this movie and I couldn't help but be charmed to the core.

The acting is quite good, the comedy works well and the romance is disturbingly tender and believable despite one of the characters being in an advanced stage of decomposition. Truly an unexpected delight.

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