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‘Dayplanner of the Dead’ Zom-Com Brings Together Numerous Anti-Zombie Alums

The concept of ‘Dayplanner of the Dead’ as outlined in its Indiegogo page is interesting, if not particularly Zombie Friendly: Zombies don’t eat people because they’re hungry, but because they’re bored. So the solution is to Entertain the Zombies.

Hmm. Original, sure. But is portraying the Undead as something akin to homicidal maniacs hooked on Pringles really the way we want to go? The ZRC thinks not.

And the cast alone ensures this odd take on the ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ will earn some of our patented* ZRC attention and outreach:

Kyra Schon, who played little zombie girl Karen Cooper in the George Romero classic that started it all, will be appearing in our film as a zombie for the first time in over 40 years. Fellow NOTLD alumnus Gary Streiner, founder of the Living Dead Festival and leader of the successful campaign to save and restore the Evans City Cemetery Chapel, where NOTLD was shot, is also appearing. And Tom Sullivan, creator of the legendary Book of the Dead for Sam Raimi’s ‘Evil Dead’ trilogy is on board as well.

Something to keep a wary eye out for, to be sure.

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