Fix It In Post, a post-apocalyptic comedy from local filmmaker Christine Parker, will be screened today (Saturday, April 4th) at the Varsity Theatre in Chapel Hill. Doors open at 3:30pm with the movie starting at 4pm, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and actors. Tickets are $7.
William Michaels is a brilliant filmmaker, in his own mind. Unfortunately his films don't reflect that. His current production "Ninjas vs. Zombies" is plagued with bad luck. The wardrobe lady quit, his lead actress can't act, and just when he thinks things can't get any worse a solar flare wipes out the worlds power grid in the middle of their shoot. It leaves them stranded in the middle of nowhere with only enough supplies to get them through the weekend.
It turns out that this band of indie filmmaking misfits is better equipped than most to survive the apocalypse. For one, their made up zombies are great at clearing out places so they can run in and grab supplies. Unfortunately they cross paths with a band a redneck survivalists who are determined to survive what they now believe is the zombie apocalypse. What unfolds is a comedy of epic proportions!
Learn more about the film by visiting their site here.