A Little Bit Zombie

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A Little Bit Zombie
Directed by Casey Walker
Written by Trevor Martin, Christopher Bond
Starring Kristopher Turner, Crystal Lowe, Shawn Roberts
Music by Antoine Binette Mercier
Cinematography Kevin C.W. Wong
Edited by Michael P. Mason
Cave Painting Pictures
Release date
  • February 4, 2012 (2012-02-04) (Victoria Film Festival)
Running time
87 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

A Little Bit Zombie is a 2012 zombie comedy horror film that was directed by Casey Walker.[1] The film received its world premiere on February 4, 2012 at the Victoria Film Festival in Victoria, British Columbia and was released on to DVD on July 16, 2013. The movie stars Kristopher Turner as a young man trying to control his new hunger for human flesh in order avoid the wrath of his fiancee.[2]

Filming took place in Sudbury, Ontario during June 2011.[3] The movie was crowdsourced through Walker's initiative called My Million Dollar Movie over a five-year period, during which he raised over a million dollars by allowing people to back the film by "purchasing" a frame.[4][5]


All Steve (Kristopher Turner) wants is to make his incredibly controlling fiancee Tina (Crystal Lowe) happy, even if it's at his own personal expense. His best friend Craig (Shawn Roberts) and sister Sarah (Kristen Hager) accompany Steve to their family's cabin in the hopes of convincing him that she's not right for him, but with no success. When Steve is infected with a strange virus via a mosquito bite, he begins to turn into a zombie and hunger for brains. Despite this new turn of events, all Tina cares about is getting married and doesn't care that Steve is starting to miss various body parts. Now Steve must try to control his new urges while also trying to avoid a zombie hunter (Stephen McHattie) out to end his existence.



Critical reception for A Little Bit Zombie has been predominantly positive.[6] Much of the praise for the film centered upon its lighthearted nature,[7] which some reviewers noted worked in the movie's favor.[8] Twitch Film gave A Little Bit Zombie an overall favorable review and called it "outrageously funny".[9] The review from Shock Till You Drop was more mixed and remarked that they felt that "the pacing was a bit off towards the beginning of the film", but that they overall enjoyed the movie as a whole.[10]



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  8. ^ Gopaul, Sarah. "Review: 'A Little Bit Zombie' is a whole lot of fun". Digital Journal. Retrieved 28 January 2014.
  9. ^ Rowan-Legg, Shelagh M. "L'étrange 2013 Review: A LITTLE BIT ZOMBIE, Outrageously Funny Comedy". Twitch Film. Retrieved 28 January 2014.
  10. ^ Doupe, Tyler. "Review: A Little Bit Zombie". STYD. Retrieved 28 January 2014.
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