The Loneliest Boy in the World
After the tragic loss of his mother, Oli (Harwood) is threatened with state custody unless he can find a new family… and Oliver does just that: He digs one up at the local cemetery. When Oliver wakes up the next day, the corpses have come to life and he must convince social workers that he now has the perfect family; they just happen to be…decomposing.
‘The Loneliest Boy in the World’ is a modern fairytale – with zombies. It is both a satire and a celebration….. of family values, of the imagery of horror films, of suburban life, of the American Dream and of that ultimate taboo; death.
“With shades of movies such as May, Warm Bodies, and Little Monsters, The Loneliest Boy in the World is still unlike anything I have seen before.” ~Josh Batchelder, Josh at the Movies
“The Tim Burtonesque depiction of suburbia, full of quirky characters and pastel colors, signals a very different type of horror movie… a sweet coming-of-age fairy tale in the vein of 2006 zombie-comedy Fido.” ~Meagan Navarro, BloodyDisgusting.com