Eat Me! (2009 film)

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Eat Me!
Directed by Katie Carman
Produced by Katie Carman
Elizabeth Lee
Spinning Hexagon
Written by Elizabeth Lee
Starring Elizabeth Lee
Jun Naito
Ivy Hong
Chesley Calloway
Music by Bathlord
Cinematography Eddie Lebron
Edited by Katie Carman
Release date
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Eat Me! is a 2009 zombie comedy independent film directed by Katie Carman and starring Elizabeth Lee, Jun Naito, Ivy Hong, and Chesley Calloway. The film had its premiere screening on June 26, 2009 at the Anthology Film Archives. In August 2009, the filmmakers revised the title of the film from The Eaters to Eat Me!.[1]


A Brooklyn garage band, General Malacarne, survives a radioactive event and have to battle against zombies to what they believe is the safe haven of Long Island.


Eat Me! is the first feature comedy stoner zombie film.[2] The film is set in Brooklyn, New York but shot in Brooklyn, Queens, and partially in Nassau County.[3]


Eat Me! was chosen as an official selection of Long Island International Film Expo.[4] The New York Times named Eat Me! as a film of interest as part of the Long Island International Film Expo.[5] The film was also chosen to screen as part of the New Filmmakers Summer Series at Anthology Film Archives in August 2009.


"Eat Me!" was released on various Video On Demand platforms in September 2014 through indie distributor Cinema Epoch, including on Cox Communications, Comcast, Verizon and Dish Network. The film is also available through Epix,[6] as well as SnagFilms[7] and[8] In November 2010 it was released by Japan Video Distribution's [9] "Deep Red" label under the title "Break of the Dead",[10] in Japan.

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