The Lynchfield Stops Proves You Don't Get a Long Weekend Just Because of the Zombie Apocalypse
We've been lucky enough to get wind of some pretty impressive web series recently. Well, gorehounds, here's another to put on your radar. It’s a gory zombie bloodbath entitled The Lynchfield Stops.
The Lynchfield Stops is an over-the-top zombie-themed horror-comedy that approaches the question: "If the zombie apocalypse occurs, do I still have to go to work?" In this case the answer is yes. The Lynchfield Stops follows the adventures of a delivery man dropping off packages while dodging the undead and all sorts of other dangers.
The teaser trailer is posted below, and you can follow all the fun on The Lynchfield Stops Facebook page. We've got the latest info below as well as how to access exclusive bonus content on riseandfight.net. Read on, zombie fans... you're going to need something to tide you over until Rick, Shane, and "The Walking Dead" return in February!
From the Press Release
When there's no more room in hell…you still have to pay the bills.
The Lynchfield Stops is a series of 11 webisodes that follow the workings of a delivery driver throughout his daily stops in the zombie apocalypse.
All is well in the small town of Lynchfield. The days are boring and normal as businesses open and close. People walk the streets and shop. Everything is normal except for the not so average zombie apocalypse that hit years ago…and it wasn't a big deal.
People die and become zombies, but that doesn't mean that you don't have to pay the water bill. Follow our delivery driver week to week for 11 weeks as we show you the shenanigans that ensue while delivering packages in the small town of Lynchfield.
It all started on November 28th with the release of the Lynchfield teaser trailer, and each week when a new webisode is released, exclusive content will be available in relation to it on riseandfight.net.
Check out even more insanity by going to TheLynchfieldStops.com.
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