The official rating was given to ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction, which revealed that the film was acquired by After Dark Films and will probably be one of the “8 Films to Die For” is this coming January’s After Dark Horrorfest IV. It was rated R for “strong bloody zombie violence and gore, language, sexual references and brief drug use.” Life in a conservative small town is complicated enough for a young Iranian-American woman and a not-completely-out gay couple, but now they also have to deal with zombie hordes in this splatter-filled comedy. Visit the film’s official website for more.
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