- Me and My Mates Vs. The Zombie Apocalypse
- Canberra film Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse cinema premiere
Me and My Mates Vs. The Zombie Apocalypse
Not Rated | 1h 30min | Comedy, Horror | 3 August (Australia) Three Australian telecom tradesman find themselves trapped in a telephone exchange during the onset of a zombie apocalypse. Foul-mouthed Australian comedian Jim Jefferies puts everything out there in this raunchy.and
Canberra's debatable reputation for being dead had no bearing on the decision to film Me and My Mates vs The Zombie Apocalypse in the territory, its producer Christian Doran insists. But he admits it's a question the makers of what's been described as the first "oz-zom-com" get asked a lot. Credit: Graham Tidy. The tongue-in-cheek film stars comedians Jim Jefferies , Alex Williamson and Greg Fleet who play tradies stuck in a telephone exchange during the onset of the zombie apocalypse. The trio team up with two young apprentices, Canberrans Andy Trieu and Matt Popp, to deal with a corrupt military, the spreading disease and a dwindling supply of beer. And if any of the zombies look familiar it may be because they are Canberrans who "stayed up all night in horrible makeup" to work as extras on the film, Doran said. The makers say the film is part of a new wave of "social films" using crowd funding to cover about 5 per cent of costs and social media to generate interest in the feature to ensure there was an audience ahead of its cinematic release.
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Canberra film Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse cinema premiere
Three Australian telecom tradesman find themselves trapped in a telephone exchange during the onset of a zombie apocalypse. I personally have yet to encounter a film in the same vein — which exceeds the benchmark that is Shaun of the Dead. - Earn points on every ticket you buy.