Director: Michael Souder
Writer(s): Justin Calen-Chenn, Michael Souder
Starring: Lyndsey Lantz, Andrea Nelson, Joshua Keller Katz, Bill Oberst Jr., Maria Olsen, Devlin Wilder, Umberto Celisano, Diana Castrillon, Nadia Jordan, Janaki Tambe, Amber Nichelle, Helen Audie, Roy Ying, Kyle Nunn, Matthew Lee, Juan Cano, Shirley Aikens, Devon Russell
Synopsis: Love is never an easy road. No one knows that better than Carly and Rina, whose relationship takes a turn for the worse after Carly decides to drop out of med school and Rina loses her job as an attorney. This forces them to move into a motel, a situation neither of them are happy with. To makes matters worse, Rina’s battles with depression have returned and Carly has decided to use what money she has left to buy a camera so she can pursue videography as a profession. Despite the cracks that are starting to show in their relationship, Carly and Rina pledge to repair what has been broken, no matter the circumstances, no matter the odds. But are they both as adamant as they say they are? Unfortunately, time is not on their side. When a pandemic disease ravaging the world appears in their city and starts turning people into crazed flesh eating machines, Carly and Rina decide to keep documenting the occurrence with their camera. Doing so, they are forced to band together like never before in order to survive.
Release Date: March 17, 2020 (USA) | Length: 74 min | Genre: Horror, Romance, Zombies | MPAA Rating: Unknown
Note: Not sure if Kyle Nunn is the same as the SJSU football player.