Brats, Beer, & Brains. Get Ready for ATTACK OF THE LEDERHOSEN ZOMBIES!!

Strange experiments in the Austrian Alps? What could possibly go wrong? Actually, a lot!! Welcome to the world of ATTACK OF THE LEDERHOSEN ZOMBIES. Directed by Dominik Hartl, written by Hartl and Armin Prediger, and starring Laurie Calvert, Margarete Tiesel, Gabriela Marcinková, Oscar Dyekjaer Giese, Patricia Aulitzky, Karl Fischer, and Kari Rakkola, Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies promises a pretty fun time. This one will definitely remind you of DEAD SNOW, and that’s not a bad thing. Check out the plot crunch:

It’s Zombie action in the Alps! When a scientific experiment conducted by a local entrepreneur unleashes an epidemic of zombies and mutant wildlife in the Austrian alps, three young snowboarders find themselves in an epic battle for survival where they must use their killer snowboarding skills to defeat the raging aprés-ski undead once and for all.

Obviously this film is not meant to be taken too seriously, and the pay off sounds pretty damn fun. The film is also leaving a trail of awards behind it at various film festivals. Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies took the Jury Award for Best Special Effects and the Audience Award for best picture at the Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival. It also won for Best Special Effects and also the Special Achievement in Makeup FX at the Fright Night Theatre Film Festival. Check out the trailer and a ten minute preview below:

Looks pretty fun!! Here’s the ten minute preview (the password is ATTACKZOMBIES):

Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies is now available across all platforms including Comcast Xfinity, iTunes, DirecTV, Amazon Instant, Dish Network, VUDU and others.

What do you think? Leave your comments below.

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