If zombies are good enough for the CDC, then they’re good enough for Atypical Tales. Check out some short films!
What better way to get through Friday than with some zombie action? Biting, clawing, destroying, and eating some brains are all on the menu.
After all, if the CDC can publish a blog post about How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse, it only seems right for Atypical Tales to provide some similarly educational materials.
As someone who follows social media efforts closely, I love the fact that the CDC embraced some fun to get the word out, so this one’s for you, Atlanta!
Zombies and Cigarettes
Zombies and Cigarettes keeps you guessing all the way till the end. Set in Spain, this short does not rely on the standard rules of zombies but instead chooses to define its own world. Most importantly, the characters define this struggle for survival. The zombies and attacks look great, but the acting and the storyline really shine in this tale.
Ducked and Covered: A Survival Guide to the Post Apocalypse
This humorous retro educational film instructs survivors in Australia how to best utilize resources before and after the zombie attack. My favorite tips involve optimal usage of charred human skulls in either recreational or practical ways.
And here’s a weird one for fun.