Love Bite (Buried Alive Film Fest) (Movie Review)

CC's rating: ★ ★ ½ Director: Charles de Lauzirika | Release Date: 2019

Seeking shelter from drooling zombies, a bickering couple Nancy (Carlee Baker) and George (Cuyle Carvin) find themselves hold up in an abandoned cargo truck. The 17-minute short is a sarcastic look at a rocky relationship and the dynamics of survival in a post-apocalyptic world. When the couple take their dysfunction to the next level and start arguing what actually turns someone into a drooling zombie, their relationship causes some feelings that most definietly aren't love. Directed by Charles de Lauzirika and co written by Carlee Barker, Love Bite reminds us that the key to survival is probably staying single.


Screened as part of the 2019 Buried Alive Film Fest, Atlanta


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