Zombie's + Christmas = Fun!
If you know me you know I love low budget Horror movies. You also know that Christmas is my 2nd Favorite holiday with Halloween being #1. Of course, Zombies lead the way. So I always get a little giddy when somebody mixes them together. This looks pretty good and hits the store dump bins on October 4th. This little gem was made back in 2009 and is finally seeing the light of day.
A week before Christmas a viral outbreak turns the citizens of Los Angeles into the walking dead. On the brink of severing ties with both his wife and longtime partner, L.A.P.D. officer Frank Talbot finds himself trapped with them. As death closes in their survival is further threatened by the fact that both men love the same woman.
Director Sean Cain Having studied and worked under writer-director, Victor Salva (“Jeepers Creepers”), Sean Cain released his first film, “Naked Beneath the Water” in 2008. Since then he’s directed two more films, “Silent Night, Zombie Night” & “Breath of Hate” in the span of less than a year which prompted Fangoria to dub him the ‘Indie Horror Specialist.’
There is one big name in the movie and that is Lew Temple. Lew was born and raised in the Bayou Country of Louisiana, Lew Temple’s most recent film credits include critically acclaimed “Waitress”, Rob Zombie’s “Halloween” & “The Devil’s Rejects”, “Heavens Fall”, “The Visitation”, the Oscar-nominated “21 Grams”, “Rolling Kansas” and Tony Scott’s “Domino” and “Unstoppable.” Lew began his acting career on the stage of the prestigious Alley Theatre in Houston, Texas, working alongside artists such as Vanessa Redgrave in Julius Caesar and Anthony & Cleopatra, as well as acclaimed writer/directors Michael Wilson, Terrance McNally and Edward Albee. Prior to acting, Lew had a Minor League Baseball career with the Seattle Mariners and Houston Astros. He worked his way through the Astros system to become Assistant Director of Minor Leagues and Scouting. Lew is a graduate of Rollins College in Florida. Lew is married with a child.
This is not yet on Netflix but if I can find if for $10 or less I pick it up. Watch here for more.