An Oz-Zom-Com, And It Looks Deadly Amazing!

Zombie movies are the best. Zom-Coms are a close contender, so when you add the quirky Australian humor to the mix, things just gotta go right. Judging from the trailer, things are going more than right for Me and My Mates vs. the Zombie Apocalypse. OK, it might seem a bit reminiscent of Shaun of the Dead, but so what… at least they didn’t try to make a legit remake of that classic.

Watch the trailer above and get more details below!

Me and My Mates vs. the Zombie Apocalypse box art

The Australian zombie comedy, Me and My Mates vs. the Zombie Apocalypse (MAMM), is heading to North America this summer! Starring three of Australia’s biggest comedians: Alex Williamson, Jim Jefferies, and Greg Fleet, Me and My Mates vs. the Zombie Apocalypse will be released on July 5, 2016, on DVD, VOD, and Digital channels throughout the U.S. and Canada by Lightyear Entertainment.

Me and My Mates vs. the Zombie Apocalypse Synopsis:

The film follows three blue-collar Australian telecom tradesman, and some of their friends, who are trapped in a telephone exchange during the onset of a zombie apocalypse. MAMM is the first “oz-zom-com” and the laughs and mayhem are nonstop.

Jefferies is well-known in America for his FX series Legit, his 2014 Netflix special, Bare, his 2012 Epix special, Fully Functional, his 2010 Comedy Central special Alcoholocaust, and his 2009 HBO special, I Swear to God. He regularly sells out giant tours in North America.

Williamson, a worldwide internet sensation, has 65 million views on his youTube channel, and over a million Facebook followers. He has sold out stand-up shows all over the world.

Fleet has starred in various Australian TV shows for the past four decades, and is best known for Thai Die, Full Frontal, and The Hard Word.

The film was produced by Daniel Sanguineti and Christian Doran, and written and directed by emerging filmmaker Declan Shrubb on the Red Epic 4K.

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