A Cadaver Christmas Invades Your Home This October

Chris Savage

While we are still in the Summer months, we all know that Christmas is just around the corner waiting to rip a whole in our bank balances. But until that day arrives, how about we celebrate Christmas a little early with some comedy zombie magic? Well, the grindhouse inspired flick, A Cadaver Christmas, will be making its way into your homes via VOD this October, 9th, to try and help you get into the festive spirit.

From the Press Release:

Level 33 Entertainment announced today that is has acquired the exclusive North American distribution rights to the holiday zombie comedy “A Cadaver Christmas.”

Level 33 Entertainment plans to release “A Cadaver Christmas” simultaneously on all home entertainment platforms on October 9, 2012.

“We’re thrilled to be able to bring audiences the hilarious and original zombie comedy, “A Cadaver Christmas,” said Sheldon Brigman, EVP of Acquisitions for Level 33 Entertainment. He added, “With its winning combination of gags and gore, the movie has all the makings of a future cult classic.”

This “Grindhouse” inspired film centers on an unlikely group of misfits united by terrifying and bizarre circumstances. Led by a school janitor, this motley crew must fight an army of undead cadavers who have been given the gift of life by a sinister professor. The unconventional band of heroes becomes the world’s only hope against a multitude of living corpses that are quickly recruiting new members.

“A Cadaver Christmas” was written and directed by Joe Zerull and stars newcomers Daniel Rairdin-Hale and Hanlon Smith-Dorsey. Hanlon Smith-Dorsey, Daniel Rairdin-Hale and Joe Zerull share credit for the screenplay. Daniel Rairdin-Hale also served as Producer. The movie will be available on DVD, Video On Demand, and all digital platforms.”

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      1. Optimus_past_my_Prime August 11, 2012 at 3:20 pm

        Grindhouse style movies need to go back to the 60’s & 70’s where they belong. Now it’s just an excuse to make shitty movies.