This is it. What humanity feared the most is already happening, as a virulent pandemic sweeps the globe from end to end like a pitiless scourge, leaving behind legions of freshly-animated decomposing zombies. Under those circumstances, in the carcass of a levelled Las Vegas, a totally unprepared exotic dancer, Molly, crosses the rugged terrain of the unforgiving desert, driven solely by the will to survive, and a motive even greater than her own life. However, she's not alone. Like a powerful flesh-magnet, Molly attracts a ferocious undead male who is craving for a bite of those fragrant and bright-red offals of hers--and wherever Molly goes, the walking dead predator follows. In the end, do zombies ever get tired?Written by
The silver military jet in the airport hangar scene (Wendover Airport Utah) is under restoration. It is currently configured as a North American F-86L model but was originally built as a North American F-86D model in Inglewood CA in 1953. After acceptance by the USAF, it was transferred to the 465 Fighter Interceptor Squadron at McChord AFB in Washington (state). See more »
The burnt out vehicle with burnt driver, has no engine, and other items not in place in the engine bay. See more »
Desert, it is. One foot after another. One foot after another. One foot after another...
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In the credits co-writer Stuart Ortiz thanks multiple famous serial killers such as Ted Bundy See more »
I just stumbled across this on one of the premium networks, and frankly expected more of the same - just another zombie retelling, which is kind of old, at this point.
Boy, was I wrong.
This story is so clever, and at times hilarious.
The two main actors - Brittany Allen, as a coke-addicted stripper stranded in the desert, and Juan Riedinger a zombie in not-so-hot pursuit - are absolutely dead on. So to speak.
I could see where zombie purists might not like it, simply because it's so unconventional, but I think it's a hidden gem.
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