Full disclosure: I’m not a fan of zombies. My favorite zombie film is still Night of the Living Dead and I only made it through about twenty minutes of the first episode of The Walking Dead before getting bored and switching to some cartoons.
I really didn’t think there was too much ground left to cover for stories about the undead. We’ve seen proverbs of survival, criticism of consumer culture, and allegorical tales of human beings facing the personification of the primal lizard brain.
But zombies versus pot? Scary.
Writer and director Mitch Williamsmith, along with producer Shaun Kennedy and cinematographer Brian Kennedy, are working on their new film, Rasta Zombie, which will combine marijuana activism, zombie apocalypse, and every conspiracy theory you’ve ever heard.
But how can a zombie film successfully tackle a theme like marijuana legalization? I cornered Williamsmith and demanded answers.
ISLA: Tell me about your plans for the film.… Read the rest