ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction (2009)
Life is wonderful for the people in the quiet, Island town of Port Gamble. Frida, a young Iranian-American college dropout is back in town to help her father run the family restaurant. Tom Hunt, a Wall Street broker, visits his hometown with his outspoken boyfriend Lance in order to finally come
Genre: Comedy,Horror
Director: Kevin Hamedani
Release Date: October 12, 2009
Producers: Yahya Sinno
Actors: Janette Armand,Doug Fahl,Cooper Hopkins,Bill Johns,Russell Hodgkinson,Ali Hamedani,Cornelia Moore,James Mesher,Andrew Hyde,Ryan Barret,Victoria Drake,Linda Jensen,Sydney Sweeney,Jake Gear,Erik Lagace,Brittany Christine,Constance Best,Richard Carmen
             
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