Best Comedy: Phoenix Comicon!


Today we’ve got all sorts of great news! For starters, Rigamortis: A Zombie Love Story received the award for Best Comedy at the Phoenix Comicon Film Festival this weekend! Yaaaay!!! (You should be clapping, why aren’t you clapping?) A very big thank you to everyone at Phoenix Comicon for putting together a great event and everyone who attended for being so awesome!

For you Midwesterners who couldn’t make it to Phoenix, don’t fret! We just received word that Rigamortis has been selected to screen at the GenCon Film Festival in Indianapolis (the con takes place August 4-7). Clearly the fine folks over at GenCon know that a weekend of geekery is more fun with just a dash of singing and dancing zombies! We don’t have specific details for you just yet, but as soon as the festival schedule is released we’ll be sure to let you know!

We’ve got something special for our West Coast friends as well! Rigamortis: A Zombie Love Story will be having it’s Los Angeles premiere screening Tuesday, June 7th, 7:00pm at Busby’s East “Mile High Club”. The screening is completely free, so if you’re in the area, come on out and watch the zombie musical sensation that’s sweeping the nation! Co-Director Ted Campbell, stars Maxwell Glick, Boston Stergis and composer / lyricist Greg Szydlowski will be on hand for a Q&A after screening, and I just know you want to eat pick their brains!

Finally, because our “Nom Nom Nombie” button has been such a hit, we’ve made it a t-shirt! In fact, I’ve been informed it’s technically multiple t-shirts, as it’s available in kids and womens sizes as well. As if that weren’t enough, we put it on a baby bib also, because if anything can make your little guy/girl cuter, it’s this! Come on, admit it… if that’s not the cutest little zombie ever to munch on a human skull, I don’t know what is! (Somebody reddit this thing already!)

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