This is a 25 minute zombie film told from the point of view of one survivor living in his apartment in NYC. He's eating cockroaches and getting water dripping down from the ceiling in the apartment above, though he really has his eye set on the mouse in his room. He repeats what he's heard on the news, how the virus is spread by saliva. He occupies himself by learning guitar, now that he has the spare time for it. He hears the military and frequent gunshots outside his windows. The girl's corpse out in the alley from the building across his is decomposing day by day. And he's read the bible from cover to cover but lost his faith because he can't relate to a god who wants his flesh eaten.
However, there are two zombies in his one bedroom apartment. He had locked one in the bathroom while another had broken in through the front door, so he had to retreat to his bedroom where's he's spent the past month. Least to say, he's not having happy days. He gets a bad fever and then makes the decision to leave the building and try for survival in the country-- only when he looks out his living room window he sees a little girl in the next building, staring at him. Should he leave her or try to protect her? So, armed with his Highlander replica sword he goes to to the roof to meet her. Of course, there are lots of the hungry undead along the way...
This is definitely a zombie movie I haven't seen, a more realistic depiction of undead cannibal survival along the lines of Bob Fingerman's PARIAH. Oh, and it's entirely animated. In fact, it's leaps better than the recent NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD ANIMATED feature. This is one cool ass little movie.
Written/Directed/Animated by Richard Cunningham III. Check out his interview in the interview section of this site.