By Indiewire | Indiewire June 13, 2012 at 11:00AM
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"Camp St. Zombie"
After his campers start turning into zombies, a young priest must protect his bible camp from a horde of the walking dead.
"Camp St. Zombie" is a horror/comedy hybrid sure to please genre fans with a mixture of over-the-top gore, dark humor, and other staples of classic exploitation cinema.
The film will tell the story of St. Lazarus, a camp for wayward children run by the Catholic Church. After two inept military soldiers dump a barrel of toxic waste into the lake, the children begin mutating into flesh-hungry zombies. Now a young priest and the rest of the camp counselors must defend themselves against a horde of undead children.
Director: Joe Van Wie
Producer: Brandon Halsey
About the Production:
"Everyone attached to this project is from Pennsylvania, and Pennsylvania is really the birthplace of the modern cinematic zombie film thanks to Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead and other seminal classics that George A. Romero shot here. With this movie we're bringing zombies back home." -- Brandon Halsey
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