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After humanity quells an undead uprising, the last two remaining zombies pair up in search of sanctuary, but instead find love.


7/8/12 – Rachel Kiley

If you like MUSICALS! And ZOMBIES! And THE LIZZIE BENNET DIARIES! (yes, really, this is happening) Then you should check out RIGAMORTIS, starring our very own Mr. Rick Collins, Maxwell Glick…. But right, it’s a very funny, well put-together, thoughtful musical. I had no idea what to expect going into it, and was super pleased. So you should really either buy it on iTunes (I hate buying stuff, but…the $5 price tag is worth it, I promise), OR if you’re going to be at San Diego Comic Con this week, it’s playing at 6:15pm on Friday in Marriott Hall 2. Read More

6/2/11 – Wired.com

Ever think there just aren’t enough musical numbers in zombie films? Or love stories for that matter? New indie flick Rigamortis: A Zombie Love Story delivers plenty of both, bringing together the disparate worlds of Glee and gore in a 40-minute blast you can watch online for free… It’s the kind of loopy labor of love that thrives online, where fans armed with offbeat ideas and DIY tools can realize their wildest dreams and share them with the world… Read More

6/2/11 – Girl Gone Geek

I love zombies and musicals, but never in my wildest dreams did I think someone would create a zombie musical! Rigamortis: A Zombie Love Story is just what you’d image a zombie musical would be campy, bloody, funny and of course an obligatory “Thriller’ish” dance. If you liked Dr. Horrible or Reefer Madness then Rigamortis is definitely worth a shot (no pun intended… okay it was intended)… Read More

6/1/11 – The Mary Sue – A Guide to Girl Geek Culture

This is why the Internet is sometimes truly excellent — a bunch of people had an idea to create an independent musical about zombies in love with a zombie killer who speaks in Internet acronyms and is vaguely reminiscent of one Captain Hammer… Read More

6/1/11 – Nerd Approved

We talk a lot about killing zombies on Nerd Approved, but we never stopped and thought whether or not these monsters still live…and love. Enter Rigamortis: A Zombie Love Story…the musical… Read More

5/31/11 – Film School Rejects

Why Watch? Because you were sold when you read the title. It’s refreshing to see a production take the prospect of a zombie musical seriously. The book here is filled with catchy, joyous songs about having to kill your mom after she’s turned and falling in love after the dead walk the earth… Read More

5/27/11 – Tubefilter News

Zombies have been done. A lot. So have online musicals. But to our knowledge, no one has combined the two until now. Yesterday Rigamortis launched on YouTube with a three-parter almost tailor made for Dr. Horrible Sing-Along Blog fans… Read More

5/27/11 – Zombie Pie

If you haven’t seen Rigamortis yet, you should take head over there and check it out! It’s a 40 minute indie zombie musical, split in 3 episodes in a style similar to Dr Horrible, and features some actors with pretty impressive theatrical background… Read More

5/27/11 – Tecca, Streaming Weekly

In this age of heightened zombie awareness, it’s good to see someone focusing on the other side of the story. Rigamortis: A Zombie Love Story tells the tale of 2 zombies who fall in love and want nothing more than to slip off to paradise with one another. Even better? It’s a musical… Read More

5/25/2011 – The Zombie Rights Campaign

Having watched the movie in its entirety now, I can safely say that The Zombie Rights Campaign has never seen anything quite like it, and we heartily approve, while simultaneously cautioning our viewers: while this is a musical film with comedic elements, it is also a very tragic story of the awful and entirely avoidable conflict between the Living and Differently Animated communities… Read More

5/2011 – Big Daddy Horror Reviews

Tremendously entertaining combination of yes; you read right, zombie film, love story and musical! Rigamortis: A Love Story cleverly takes the pains of being a zombie and relates them to universal themes involving the human condition in order to bring to life its two brain munching members of the undead… Read More

Comic Booked

Zombies are everywhere these days: movies, TV, classical literature; so it was only a matter of time before someone made a Zombie musical. Wait no longer, that time is now. RIGAMORTIS, A Zombie Love Story is now on the web… As much homage as spoof of the Zombie genre, this ultra-low budget production will appeal more to fans of musical theatre shows like Batboy and Sweeny Todd, than it will to Romero fans… Read More

4/6/11 – Dad Loves Movies

I saw a lot of good films at the Film Festival, but this movie (technically a short at only 34 minutes) was the one film that I had to see twice. While I was expecting a humorous little take on zombies, what I got was so much more… Read More


6/3/11 – Big Daddy Horror Reviews – Interview with Boston Stergis (Brock)