Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Get 'Buck Wild' with the AZ Underground Film Festival

Posted By on Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 3:00 PM

http://www.azundergroundfilmfest.com/
  • From the AZ Underground Film Festival site

If you like zombie comedies, I mean, if you really like zombie comedies. The Arizona Film Festival is screening Buck Wild tonight at 8 p.m. in the Screening Room, 127 E. Congress St.

Craig Thompson’s idyllic hunting trip with his two buddies and unstable cousin is wrecked after hearing that his fiancé and best man‐to‐be have been cavorting behind his back. To make matters worse, his cousin appears on the verge of a murderous rampage, while a rapidly-spreading Chupacabra virus is turning locals into the undead. After shooting the ranch owner, drugging the Game Warden, and narrowly escaping an insidious hillbilly gang, the friends must not only survive an impending zombie apocalypse but each other.

The trailer looks appealing and gives that John Dies In The End absurdity. All you Wishbone fans will recognize Joe Stevens from his unforgettable performance in the classic "Flea Bitten Bargain" episode. The website says there will post film Q & A with writer/actor Matthew Albrecht, actor Jarrod Pistilli and Dru Lockwood. The film is playing with a 7 minute short film called "Elegy" by Chris and Eduardo Ramirez.

Get your tickets here and check out the rest of the AZUFF schedule before it's too late. The festival ends this Saturday.

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