Thursday, December 26, 2019

Honourable Mention: My Boring Zombie Apocalypse

My Boring Zombie Apocalypse is a short film, coming in at around the 40-minute mark, released in 2015 and directed by Kevin Perkins. It is a comedy clip show set around David (Charlie Dreizen) who is constantly being asked to take the trash out through the film.

David was always ready for the end of the world, convinced that he, and only he (well him and a bevy of beautiful women to repopulate the earth with), would survive. As he explains the actual end of the world, it becomes clear that the apocalypse he got was not the one he hoped for and it consisted of slow moving zombies. David concedes that there were many casualties at first (often from those who hadn’t seen a zombie film but also from those who didn’t believe it real or thought it Halloween). But soon life returned to normal...

a fleeting visitation
So, vampires? When musing over what a "proper" apocalypse might have looked like, we get mention of a few possibilities, including a vampire apocalypse. For a few seconds we get a vampire appearing on screen and that’s it… very much a fleeting visitation.

The imdb page is here.

On Demand @ Amazon US

On Demand @ Amazon UK

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