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Rigamortis: A Zombie Love Story won the Audience Choice Award at the Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival last weekend. (Eastern Iowa Life)
A group of zombies invaded Columbia Park this past Sunday to collect food for the needy. Thankfully they were not allowed to accept brains. (Tri City Herald)
The Kickstarter funded, Connecticut made indie film Zombie Ninjas has been given the proud honor of being the opening number of the Litchfield Hills Film Festival April 7 at the Bank Street Theater in New Milford. (Litchfield County Times)
Charles Band, creator of Evil Bong 3D: Wrath of Bong, gives up the details of his traveling tour to promote the movie. (Dread Central)
This isn’t news exactly, but we just had to re-post this great article on why there needs to be more strong female role models in zombie movies. (io9)
After the break, check out the trailer for Play Dead, which looks like an amazing zombie movie featuring some very adorable canine survivors struggling to make it through the undead aftermath. The film is currently looking for some Kickstarter funding. (Quiet Earth)
Also check out this teaser trailer for The Night Shift, about an eternal cemetary groundskeeper who is just trying to find his way. (Buy Zombie)