The zombie apocalypse films ‘Zombiefication’ and ‘Rammbock: Berlin Undead’ are now both available to download through iTunes. ‘Zombiefication,’ a seven minute short film that can be downloaded for free on iTunes, is set up as a manual of how to properly handle the living dead. The short features intensely executed, and the fully explained, recommended ways to behave during an imminent zombie epidemic.
‘Zombiefication’ is also featured as an extra on the ‘Rammbock’ DVD, which is now also available through Video on Demand and iTunes. ‘Rammbock,’ which was directed by Marvin Kren and has been described as a love story “set against a zombie apocalypse,” follows the heartbroken and clueless Michael, played by Michael Fuith, as he arrives in Berlin. He’s trying to win back his ex-girlfriend Gabi, portrayed by Anka Graczyk. However, Anka isn’t home, and Michael soon discovers that the city is being overrun by bloodthirsty zombies.
Michael’s only companion is the apartment complex’s teenage plumbing apprentice, Harper, played by Theo Trebs. While the two spend the night in Gabi’s bedroom, they must figure out how to out-smart the zombies, escape the infested building and find her before she’s killed.
Written by: Karen Benardello