Meltdown, a Zombie/Comedy utilizing a stylistic mix of Shaun of the Dead and Mad Max, is an extension of the short that won Jake Mulliken and Lucky4Productions RAW Artists’ Pittsburgh Film Maker of the Year in November, 2013. The film follows Zeke (Robert McMurray), Callie (Alicia Marie Marcucci), Les (Seth Gontkovic) and Hunter (Jake Mulliken) on the eve of Hunter’s 29th birthday as they share in a few drinks on a seemingly dull day in their hometown of Somerset. The day takes a turn for the worse as everyone they have ever known are suddenly transformed into aggressively murderous flesh eating freaks. The four comrades are forced to hack and slash their way through the reanimated corpses of their closest friends and loved ones, only to find themselves on the precipice of a post apocalyptic wasteland littered with monsters and the looming threat of their fellow survivors.
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