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Z*Con – a Zombie Film Set In A Comic Con

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Z*Con is feature length film about four teen podcasters who are trapped at a comic convention when the zombie apocalypse breaks out. They use social media to share what’s going on inside with the outside world. It’s kind of like “Goonies” meets “Shaun of the Dead” set in…well….a comic convention.

Oh…and 100% of the net proceeds from this film will go to charity! Pretty cool idea, hunh?

For as low as $5, you can fund a zombie movie with 100% of the proceeds funding charity and get a copy of the movie!

Z*Con is feature length film about four teen podcasters trapped at a comic convention when the zombie apocalypse breaks out. They use social media to share what’s going on inside with the outside world. Think “Goonies” meets “Shaun of the Dead”.

Big Damn Films raised over $200,000 for charities through their previous film, ‘Browncoats: Redemption’ – a Firefly fan film, made with the permission of Joss Whedon and 20th Century Fox!

Big Damn Films is also a registered 501(c)3, meaning donations are tax deductible! 100% of the proceeds from Z*Con go directly to charities including the American Red Cross & Kids Need to Read!

Any donation as little as $5 will receive a copy of the movie and for more, you can get exclusives like props, signed scripts, to be in the movie, and your chance to name characters or to name the zombie virus!

A proof of concept trailer is posted on the site, as well!

If you donate at least $30, you will receive a free t-shirt, designed by Katie Moest, Production Designer for the Emmy Award Winning Lizzie Bennet Diaries, who is the Production Designer for Z*Con.

And if you donate at least $30 by midnight Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013, you will receive TWO free t-shirts!

See the image of both shirts at: http://igg.me/at/zconmovie/x/62697. Fund a zombie movie! Support charity! Spread the infection!

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Written by Mitchell Wells

Founder and Editor in Chief of Horror Society. Self proclaimed Horror Movie Freak, Tech Geek, love indie films and all around nice kinda guy!!