Zombies in the moonshine

A screen shot of the trailer for the indy film 'Road to Oblivion' which premiers August 8 in Newport.

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A screen shot of the trailer for the indy film "Road to Oblivion" which premiers August 8 in Newport.

A screen shot of the trailer for the indy film 'Road to Oblivion' which premiers August 8 in Newport.

Photo by Screen shot

A screen shot of the trailer for the indy film "Road to Oblivion" which premiers August 8 in Newport.

Zombies in East Tennessee, that's what we're hearing.

Here's a pick from the Knoxville Blog Network.

The Gizmotastic blog has a piece on an indy film shot in Cocke County that premiers Aug. 8 at the Newport Cinema 4 in Newport.

According to Gizmotastic:

"Clint Keller, a young East Tennessee film maker, recently completed an indy film titled Road to Oblivion. The flick features Zombies as the antagonist. Keller filmed the flick in Cocke County, Tennessee. Yes the same Cocke County that is famous for moonshine and Popcorn Sutton may soon be famous for Zombies also. Moonshine Zombies… now there’s a there’s a perspective that hasn’t been tried."

See a trailer and continue reading about the Road to Oblivion.

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Comments » 2

mnx writes:

I think I'll wait until this hits cable TV.

franxman#2 writes:

How to deal with zombies: http://myapokalips.com/show/44#comic

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