I might be alone here, but I’m totally all for Sergio Myers’ upcoming zombie flick, The Zombinator. I mean what’s not to like? Its, The Terminator… with Zombies! Okay, it isn’t exactly quite like that, but it does look badass either way.
While we don’t have word on a release date, we do have word that the film has been picked up, so hopefully a release date should just be around the corner.
From the Press Release:
“Shoreline Entertainment has picked up world sales rights for Sergio Myers’ THE ZOMBINATOR starring Patrick Kilpatrick and Joseph Aviel.
A fashion blogger documentary turns into a zombie horror nightmare when college students come face-to-face with the undead. Their only hope of survival is a former soldier turned zombie killer trying to protect them from a mercenary working for an evil corporation who developed the serum that causes zombie-ism.
Director/Producer/Writer Sergio Myers’ inspiration for the story came when he visited Youngstown, Ohio. “The vacant buildings are perfect backdrops for a zombie film. Youngstown, like other towns across America, was hit hard by the constant decrease in the economy and appears as though to be suffering from economic depression. Some of the people I spoke with feel they have been forgotten and living a life like this make them feel like zombies. The stories from some of the people I met inspired me to put a spotlight on this city. So I created a movie centered on them to give them something that they can be a part of.”
Shoreline’s CEO Morris Ruskin says, “THE ZOMBINATOR is a resourceful doc-style horror film that stands out from the rest. We know buyers will respond to the acting, action, and atmosphere, which all exceed expectations.”
Shoreline Executive Vice President Sam Eigen and Director of Acquisitions Melody Djavadi negotiated the deal with Myers.”