Discover the dirty virus embedded in the English language that turns townspeople in quiet little Pontypool stark raving mad. So mad that their eyes start to bleed and they rip passerby in half. We've been following the zombie outbreak film Pontypool since it took over the little radio station where it's set. This is the first time we've seen footage for this indie horror movie that follows a small batch of workers and a DJ trapped in a radio station listening to the world around them go to hell.Directed by Canadian Bruce McDonald and still lacking a release date, it's been making the rounds at the festivals and receiving unbalanced reviews. I think the concept is worth the ticket purchase alone, and I have high hopes for this viral zombie/rage movie.
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So Burroughs and Laurie Anderson were right :D