Sanguineti Media are looking to raise enough funds to make the best zom-com movie they can.
Me and my Mates vs The Zombie Apocalypse is a comedy based in Canberra about three Telecom tradesmen hiding in an exchange during the zombie apocalypse. The film was written, and is soon to be directed, by Declan Shrubb.
Aiming to repeat the success of big zombie comedies like Shaun of the Dead Declan has partnered up with Aussie comedians Greg Fleet and Alex Williamson.
You can help them out by heading over to the Indiegogo page and throwing a few bucks their way.
“Greg and Alex make the perfect comedy team. The previous generation of comics ushering in the new generation makes the film so exciting, because you’re really getting the best of both worlds,” says Mr Shrubb.
‘Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse’ has started a crowd funding campaign on the Indiegogo fundraising platform (indiegogo.com) to raise additional funds to increase the budget for practical effects, stunts, and zombie make-up and subsequently give the film more opportunity in the very competitive US market.
Producer Daniel Sanguineti said “We have also been meeting with investors to assist to bring an internationally recognized comic into a supporting role. It’s shaping up to be a great film with international appeal.”
[Image from Return of the Living Dead Part 3… it has nothing to do with this film, but I can’t let the opportunity to put up a zombie photo go pass]