Win A Copy Of Zombeavers In The Beaver Hunt!

*UPDATE*
Congratulations to John from Tampa for finding the Zombeaver! He was hiding in the post for American Pincher. Interesting side note, we didn’t know when we originally posted the video that one of the characters was Peter Gilroy who played Buck in Zombeavers. Strange coincidence, weird timing, whatever you want to call it. At any rate, congrats John, we hope you enjoy the film!

beaver-hunt Alright Beavers, it’s been a while since we’ve had a good ole fashioned Beaver Hunt so let’s do it!

With today being Zombeavers Day what better way to celebrate than by giving a lucky fan a copy of the movie?

Here’s how to play:
Somewhere on our site, Zombeaver is lurking in a post. Be the first one to find him and you’ll win a copy of Zombeavers (We’ll buy a digital download from your choice of Amazon or iTunes and send you the link). Then you can kick back and watch this awesome flick.

Rules:
The first person to find our Zombeaver (our logo, not one of the countless movie ones we’ve posted) and e-mail us at Sorry, the contest has ended with a link to the post Zombeaver is hiding in will be the winner. Hints will be given on our facebook page so check that if you’re having trouble finding him.
*NOTE- unfortunately this contest is only for US fans since the VOD sites don’t work elsewhere. We’re sorry

Good luck Beavers!

Zombeavers – Movie Review

zombeavers_posterWe first learned of Zombeavers last year when the now viral trailer dropped. At the time, there was still speculation on whether or not the movie was real or if it were just a clever short. As we learned that the movie was, in fact, the real deal, our excitement grew. Of course, we are big fans of beavers and they’ve unfortunately been extremely underrepresented in film. Other than our brief appearance in “The Worst Year of My Life“, when was the last time you saw a beaver play a prominent role in a movie? And Mel Gibson’s puppet show doesn’t count!

The trailer was such a tease for us. Zombies are awesome, beavers are even better, but combining the two into evil, undead, killing machines? BRILLIANT! Will this be the movie that finally gives beavers the street cred they deserve? Probably not, but it may make people realize what awesome creatures they truly are.

With the continued success of the “Sharknado” series and now with the release of “Zombeavers”, we’ll hopefully start seeing a resurgence of the campy style horror/comedy movies. As an 80s kid that grew up sneakily watching Troma movies, “Zombeavers” was a bit of a throw back. “Toxic Avenger”, “Killer Tomatoes”, “Eat and Run” (haha, she gave the alien Herpes!), “Class of Nuke ‘Em High”, the list goes on and on. All were great classic movies from this genre. Hopefully “Zombeavers” will earn a spot on the mantle next to them.
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