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After a girls' night out, endearingly awkward Deb wakes up in the apartment of the most attractive guy in Portland, Maine. She's thrilled, but she can't remember much of what got her there.... See more »

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Deb Clarington
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Ryan Waverly
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Ruby
Nan'l Meiklejohn ...
Bar Billy
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Stacy
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Java Joe
Nick Shuhan ...
Manny
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Brent Masters
Emily Rankin ...
Radio Voice (voice)
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Deb's Mom (voice)
Muriel Kenderdine ...
Mrs. Jones
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Chaz Waverly
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Frank Waverly
Dale R. Simonton ...
Topper (as Dale Simonton)
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Colonel Newton
Thomas E. Ackerman ...
Governor (as Tom Ackerman)
Patricia Lopez ...
Misty Raines
Rodney Mondor ...
Jerry Chavez
Eric Chilton ...
Global Newscaster
Tony Smith ...
World News Anchor
Lora Songster ...
Blonde Newscaster
Alfredo Vela Jr. ...
'Deb Watch' Reporter
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Zombie Authentication
Chris Davis ...
Real-Deal Vlogger
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Pro-Deb Vlogger (as Almarie Guera)
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Deb is Hot Vlogger
Brian Yates ...
Anti-Maine Vlogger
Kat Loef ...
Encouraged Vlogger / Zombie
Jim Montalbano ...
Skeptic Vlogger
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Professor Turlington
Marietta Forlaw ...
'What the Fudge' Lady
Carolyn Callahan ...
Female Anchor
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Street Reporter
Andy Selsor ...
Paramedic 1
Greg Arata ...
Paramedic 2
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Zombie
Derek R. Brigham ...
Zombie
Rianna Crittendon ...
Zombie
Eric Dexter ...
Zombie
Laura Doherty ...
Paramilitary Woman
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Zombie
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Zombie
Mekala Sutton ...
Student

Directed by

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Kyle Rankin ... (directed by)

Written by

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Andy Selsor ... (written by)
 
Kyle Rankin ... (story) (uncredited)
 
Andy Selsor ... (story) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Faisal Campwala ... associate producer
Michael Cassidy ... producer (produced by)
Holly Karrol Clark ... associate producer
John Copolillo ... associate producer
Tony Copolillo ... co-producer
Benoit Grenier ... co-producer
Chad Nicholson ... producer (produced by)
Darren Priest ... associate producer
Jane Rankin ... associate producer
Kyle Rankin ... producer (produced by)
Doug Roos ... co-producer
Leah Schiffer ... executive producer
Tom Schiffer ... executive producer
Debra Schwartz ... associate producer
Kevin Sproles ... associate producer
Jocelyn Stamat ... associate producer
Dana Street ... associate producer
Larry Taube ... associate producer
Syd Wilder ... executive producer

Music by

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Steven Gutheinz ... composer

Cinematography by

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Thomas E. Ackerman ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Tony Copolillo

Editorial Department

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Sebastian Perez-Burchard ... colorist

Production Design by

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Jeremy Jonathan White

Set Decoration by

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Laura Lienert

Costume Design by

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Joseph Kennedy

Makeup Department

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Rianna Crittendon ... key hair & make-up
Cameron Dortch ... special makeup effects artist
Patty Jaynes ... special makeup effects artist
Kristin Nawrocki ... key hair & make-up

Production Management

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S.C.V. Taylor ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Chad Nicholson ... first assistant director
Richard Wofford ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Laura Doherty ... set dresser / shopper

Sound Department

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Steven Avila ... sound designer
Trip Brock ... supervising sound editor
Daniel Douglass ... adr mixer
Rob Embrey ... post sound coordinator
Caleb Hollenback ... recordist
Raymond Park ... assistant sound effects editor
G.W. Pope III ... sound effects editor
Lauren E. Price ... dialogue editor
Natalia Saavedra Brychcy ... sound effects editor
Matt Salib ... foley artist
Ian Shedd ... supervising dialogue editor
Michael Toji ... director of operations
Kelly Vandever ... re-recording mixer
Ben Whitver ... adr supervisor

Visual Effects by

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Tony Copolillo ... visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Ned Donovan ... stunt coordinator
Nick Shuhan ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alex Ackerman ... best boy grip
Harper Alexander ... dolly grip / key grip
Eric Cieslik ... camera department production assistant
Jeff Griecci ... second assistant camera
Mark Hensley ... grip
Eric Hurt ... camera operator: "a" camera / cinematographer: second unit / steadicam operator
Matthew Krieg ... best boy electric
Donald R. Monroe ... first assistant camera (as Donald Monroe)
Adam Weiner ... gaffer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Paula Marie Gallucci ... key costumer (as Paula Gallucci)

Music Department

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John Copolillo ... composer: additional music

Other crew

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Alan Barker ... production assistant
Harry Finkel ... production legal
Rob Higgins ... Tactical Advisor
Laura Huben ... assistant production coordinator
Michelle L. Jensen ... production coordinator
David Meiklejohn ... Behind the Scenes
Cody Morgan ... production assistant
Corey Rich ... key production assistant
Nicholas Stewart ... production assistant
Ginger Taylor ... assistant to mr. rankin
Kate Tracy ... production assistant
Jason Wyman ... Tactical Advisor

Thanks

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Kent Beyda ... special thanks
Jim Herzfeld ... special thanks
Douglas Kent ... thanks
The Vicious Brothers ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

After a girls' night out, endearingly awkward Deb wakes up in the apartment of the most attractive guy in Portland, Maine. She's thrilled, but she can't remember much of what got her there. Pretty boy Ryan only knows it was a mistake and ushers her out the door... into a full-scale zombie apocalypse. Now, a walk of shame becomes a fight for survival as the mismatched pair discovers that the only thing scarier than trusting someone with your life... is trusting them with your heart. Written by Charley Mae

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Taglines It's a Rom-Zom-Com! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Deb contra los zombies (Spain)
  • Az elhajlottak éjszakája (Hungary)
  • Zombies in Love (Italy)
  • Ночь живой Дэб (Russia)
  • Deb e os Zombies (Portugal)
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Runtime
  • 85 min
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Budget $2,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia In the opening bar scene, Ruby asks Estelle/Deb 'What if George Washington never wrote the Declaration of Independence?' during an attempt to get her to talk to Ryan Waverly. However, George Washington did not write the Declaration of Independence. It was written by Thomas Jefferson and was supported by a committee comprised of; Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Roger Sherman, Robert Livingston, and Thomas Jefferson, before being signed by John Hancock and Charles Thomson and printed by John Dunlap. See more »
Movie Connections References Jesus Christ Superstar (1973). See more »
Soundtracks Why I Am A Fool See more »
Quotes Deb Clarington: [seeing a zombie outbreak and first thinking it's fake] Boy, the parade's really going downhill.
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