SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio beware! Zombies invaded a mall on the northwest side Saturday and there's no telling who's been infected in San Antonio native Derek Nixon's latest film project, 'Walking with the Dead.'
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A handful of local actors, young and old, showed up to Wonderland of the America's mall for the chance to walk, the zombie walk, in a spoof movie based on the popular AMC series, 'The Walking Dead.'
Torn clothes, bloody makeup and a willingness to walk around the set half dead when the director yelled 'cut' was all it took to be in the flick … one that's coming to contaminate a screen near you, very soon.
Be on the look out!
"A month into the zombie apocalypse, a group of survivors, including four who, 'for safety reasons,' go by the names of their favorite cities -- Green Bay, Chicago, Brooklyn, and Harlem -- a sheriff fresh off a nice, relaxing, six-week coma, his small-business owner, 10-year-old son and a voiceover-prone zombie, Romeo -- who has convinced the group that he's not dead, just a little slow -- are forced from the safety of their mall camp, in hopes of finding a rumored 'safe-haven.'"