Eventually, we could have streaming services for every niche and genre. Sounds good.
‘Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead’ makes @EW’s The Must List (deservedly): http://ow.ly/i/8JWFN @CryptTV #CryptFamily @IFCMidnight
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…and things really seem to be looking up for our intrepid group.
No, really: Daisies and moonbeams and gumdrops and rainbows. Peace at last for the survivors. No more Walkers. No more dying…
This short was a finalist at the February 2013 Tropfest Australia, billed as “The world’s largest short film festival.” Without a single word of dialogue, it tells its story simply, coherently – and to devastating effect. WARNING: You may shed a tear at this one, folks.
The official description:
Stranded in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, a man sets in motion an unlikely plan to protect the precious cargo he carries: his infant daughter.