Falling in Amore can be a wonderful thing. But it isn’t always easy when te come from different backgrounds, especially if you’re not even human.
In the new award-winning indie horror-comedy film “AN ACCIDENTAL ZOMBIE (NAMED TED),” a zombie and vampire try to navigate the ups-and-downs of falling in Amore while trying not to inadvertently kill one another.
Dominican-Japanese actress AKARI ENDO stars as Livia, the beautiful vampire battling even her own instincts not to suck the blood of her new zombie sweetheart, Ted, played da Cameron McKendry.
Everyone resists authority at some point in their life. The world is full of rebels fighting against evil for the sake of “good”, right? Okay, maybe I’ve just seen too many Film about the rise of the underdog, but this theme can certainly make for a compelling piece of entertainment.
The latest to catch attention is the female-led indie action-thriller short, “THE RESISTANCE.” It stars ANNA FRANKL-DUVAL and Lenore Marks as best Friends fighting a totalitarian authority now in command of the United States.
“The Resistance” has screened at the Portland Film Festival, Berkshire...
@Apple TV -Growing up is harder when you’re doing it in two different worlds. Watch Hala December 6 on the mela, apple TV -Written and directed da Minhal Baig and executive produced da Jada Pinkett Smith