Movies, Zombies

That Walking Dead/Zombieland/Warm Bodies Spoof Movie You Never Knew You Didn’t Want? It’s Coming

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Hey, guess what clever title they came up with for it.

Zombie Movie?

Good guess, but wrong.

Walking With Warm Zombie Bodies?

Another good guess, but those long hybrid titles aren’t the hip thing anymore.

Get Stiff?

Stop. Believe it or not, that’s actually funnier than anything this film came up with. No, it’s actually called…

Drumroll please…

THE WALKING DECEASED.

That’s right. Here’s the IMDB synopsis:

When a police officer wakes up in a hospital to find out he is in the middle of a zombie apocalypse he will do anything to find his family even sacrifice twitter.

And here’s the more official, newer one:

The story follows a group of survivors from all walks of the apocalypse – an idiotic Sheriff with definite coma-induced brain damage, his hardass son and a hobo with only a crossbow to stave off the walking dead, four squabbling friends forced to survive this zombieland together, and a lonely zombie who just needs love to fully regain his warm body – who leave their once-safe mall hideout in search of the rumored Safe Haven Ranch, a refuge untouched by the zombie virus that has ravaged humanity. But despite the comforting name, they discover that this sanctuary may not be as welcoming as advertised. Tearing apart powerhouses like The Walking Dead, Zombieland, Warm Bodies, World War Z, Shaun of the Dead, Dawn of the Dead, and even Romero’s iconic Night of the Living Dead, THE WALKING DECEASED rips the flesh off the spoof genre and infects it with a virus too hilarious not to spread.

Wow, it is SOOOO refreshing to have a zombie movie that’s a parody! Because zombie movies have always been so self-serious up until now, and never once included any kind of satire, no siree!

No sign of any Wayanses or the Friedberg/Seltzer unholy alliance in the credits, though…so at least if this sucks – and how can it not? – it will suck in new ways.

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Luke Y. Thompson has been writing professionally about movies and pop-culture since 1999, and has also been an actor in some extremely cheap culty and horror movies you will probably never hear much about (he is nonetheless mostly proud of them, as he met his wife on one). As editor of The Robot's Voice since 2012, he can take the blame for the majority of the site's content, all of which he creates because he loves you very, very much. (Although he loves nachos more. Sorry.) Prior to TRV, Luke wrote for publications that include the New Times LA, Los Angeles CityBeat, E! Online, OC Weekly, Geekweek, GeekChicDaily, The L.A. Times, The Village Voice, LA Weekly, and Nerdist