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Is ‘Undying Love’ a Zombie Friendly Love Story?

There’s a burgeoning subgenre of what you might call Zombie Romance (as opposed to the hyper-violent ‘Rom-Zom-Com’ represented by ‘Shaun of the Dead’). We saw (and loved) ‘Rigamortis: A Zombie Love Story’ and ‘Z-Town: The Zombie Musical’ last year, for example, and ‘Warm Bodies’ is well underway. Still, the more the merrier, especially if the finished product is actually Zombie Friendly.

Which we’re hoping for ‘Undying Love’:

UNDYING LOVE is a film about two things that make the world go ’round: love and zombies.

THE STORY

UNDYING LOVE is the brainchild of LA actors Mikayla Park and Anthony Marquez (who are, incidentally, engaged to be married). Born out of a very real conversation held in their kitchen, it is a cautionary tale of the pitfalls of a modern relationship… between two people who have perhaps seen too many horror movies. True to life, Mikayla and Anthony have, in fact, seen too many horror movies. They are not, however, horror movie actors. The result is a comedy with wit, a bit of romance, and a lot of fake blood.

We could really use more ZF comedy in the world. Fortunately, this hyper-indie film met its Kickstarter goal so we should get the opportunity to find out just how friendly it is to Zombies after all.

And I think that makes the world a better place for everyone.

Thanks to BuyZombie for bringing this to our attention.


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The role of 'Administrator' will be played tonight by John Sears, currently serving as President of The Zombie Rights Campaign.

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