The Walking Deceased

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.
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Director(s): Scott Dow
Production: Arc Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
88 min

Hot dog! Get your hot dogs!

Hot hot dogs!

All right, boys, pile in!

- Give me one of them wieners.

- Daddy, look!

Nice. Yeah. Keep goin', Chris!

Good swing, follow through!

Fundamentals, that kind of shit!

- Strike!

- It's right on the tee, buddy!

- Go, Chris!

- Strike two!

Gotta swing through it. It's on the tee!

Hit the ball on the tee!

- Come on, Chris!

- Strike three!

Would you goddamn hit the ball?!

Chris! Chris! Chris! Chris...

He's out!

Kid sounds like a real big pussy.

- No offense.

- Hey, baseball's just not his...

Yeah, he's a real big pussy.

Somebody tell me what the hell's

going on here.

- Kind of hard to explain.

- Is it, though?

No, it ain't.

It's the goddamn zombie apocalypse.

World has gone crazy.


was the number one trend on Twitter

- before the Internet went out.

- Truth.

Is a zombie in a yellow shirt ironic?


Stop reading my tweets, Jane.

Stepmoms are bitches.

You're telling me...

that there's no more Twitter?

- Yeah.

- There's no more @TheRealSheriffLincoln?

It's gone.


No. No, no...

- Pinterest?

- No Tumblr.


- Yeah, yeah. LinkedIn's still there.

- Nobody uses that.

Well, hey, man, we are shacked up

at a mall, couple of other people.

- We're surviving, so if you want to come...

- I gotta go find my family.

- Ain't too many people left out there.

- Yeah, and judging by that baseball story...

- Hey, my family is alive, all right?

- Okay.

I know it. My wife is smart.

She used to fend for herself

all the time at work.

- Well, good luck with that, Dep.

- Sheriff.

Deputy Sheriff.

- Just Sheriff.

- Just Sheriff.

Well, we're gonna get these supplies

back to our people.

If and when you find your family,

Sheriff, we're there.

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