"The Funniest Zombie film since Shaun Of The Dead" (Rock Express)
Its Metal heads versus Zombies in the ultimate showdown with the undead!
Fresh from the grave comes Zombie Driftwood, a brand new zombie-comedy that will have audiences dying with laughter. Tonight is "Battle of the Bands" at the Driftwood Bar. And after a cruise ship disappears off the coast of Grand Cayman, its tourists reappear as cannibalistic zombies, and besiege the bar with a group of dysfunctional metal heads trapped inside. These reanimated zombie tourists are out to eat some brains and have a good holiday, even if it kills them! So brace yourself for the zombie party of the century, with sex, beer and plenty of blood!
With standout performances from Peter Kosa as Bar Tender Dan, and Brian Briggs as the metal addled Gordon, Zombie Driftwood is a hilarious take on the traditional zombie flick. Prepare for metal madness as our heroes battle for survival, armed to the teeth only with baseball bats, bagpipes and booze. Theyre going to need all the help they can get when the Zombie Hitler appears to order in the attack. Hes back And this time, no more Mr. Nice Guy.
By Emmy Award winning director Bob Carruthers, The 75 minute-long film is bursting with zombie madnesss, "What I liked was this idea of the cruise ship that disappears in the Bermuda Triangle and appears in North Side with no passengers. There are lots of opportunity for satire, like zombies in Hawaiian shirts and shorts," Mr. Carruthers said.
"It follows all the conventions of the genre. People get trapped and besieged," he said. Although the film is about zombies and people being bitten and killed, it also promises plenty of comic relief."
The film also Features a soundtrack heavier than a container load of overweight elephants, with music by EMPEROR, IHSHAN, OCTOBER FILE, ALTAR OF PLAGUES, WINTERFYLLETH, ABIGAIL WILLIAMS, ANAAL NATHRAKH, ABSU, OBSIDIAN, DIVINITY, WOODENSTHRONE, BLOOD OF KINGU, ALTAR OF PLAGUES and more.