HOLD ON TO YOUR MOTHER TRUCKING HEADS: LIL TRUCKER VIDEO

The designer and founder of both the tool and Innovation Factory, Marvin Weinberger, sandwiched in between our loving zombie horde.

The designer and founder of both the tool and Innovation Factory, Marvin Weinberger, sandwiched in between our loving zombie horde.

Awhile ago, we did something we humbly think has never been done before – we shot a short film for a Kickstarter campaign that hadn't yet launched. The Kickstarter wasn't even film related, it was for a multi-tool affectionately dubbed the "Lil Trucker." We did it and turned it into a fight for survival amongst the grim beginnings of a zombie apocalypse, because we're awesome, and now the Kickstarter has raised over $45,000.

Intellectually we know this isn't really about our film. The tool is amazing and the company that made it, Innovation Factory, has a loyal customer fan-base of survivalists, truckers, and all us plebs in between. But in our heart of hearts we know one thing – our movie kicked ass, and helped in some small way to skyrocket this fun, weird tool onto the Kickstarter staff page, front page on sites like Maxim and The Awesomer, and tomorrow, all the way to the president's desk (we hope). 

Our stunning and kickass leading lady, Maria Shapley.

Our stunning and kickass leading lady, Maria Shapley.

Our behind-the-scenes photos are spectacular, if just to see our amazing cast and crew zombified.

Our abandoned mental hospital location – no zombie movie would be complete without one.

Our abandoned mental hospital location – no zombie movie would be complete without one.

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