Ted knows he's not a zombie. He just picked up a "skin thing" on his vacay in The Caribbean. But his hilariously kooky family is not convinced, especially after he brings home a hot vampire he met in group therapy.
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In order to qualify to inherit the family fortune, the four heirs, their in-laws, and the household servants must spend the night in the family estate. However, during the night someone starts killing them off.
Ted is not a zombie. Just ask him. Sure, he picked up a "skin thing" on his vacay in The Caribbean, and he's hungering for brains, but who isn't? Ted's bizarre family has their doubts, and they aren't shy about it. Their hilarious antics are enough to send a son to the loony bin, but Ted soldiers on, stubbornly convinced he's fine. That is until he follows a hot vampire to group therapy for patients with disorders of the paranormal. Welcome to Ted's kooky world.Written by
Cameron McKendry was the final actor cast, a month prior to filming. See more »
Eat You Up
Written & Composed by Holly Montgomery, Cliff Hillis & Dan Bern
Performed by Holly Montgomery, Cliff Hillis, Dan Bern & Andy Hamburger See more »
Worth every minute
I saw this film at a festival and wasn't sure what to expect but I ended up loving it. I laughed for just about the entire movie and loved the over the top feel of the movie which made me forget my own world for a while. Overall I very much enjoyed the entire film, from the acting to the cinematography to the story, etc.
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