The Battle For B-Grade Film Supremacy Has A New Contender: Zombeavers

Photo courtesy of Epic Pictures
Photo courtesy of Epic Pictures


B-Grade cinema isn’t a new thing, far from it. The highly entertaining and squirm-worthy cinematic paradox has been around since the invention of movies themselves, and I love them.

Anyone who’s everyone has heard of the awesomely terrible Sharknado. The world became mesmerised by the thought of a hurricane so powerful that is was able to draw sharks up from the ocean and spin them around and around, depositing them in the most unfortunate of places, only to have them terrorise the population of Los Angeles.

Sharknado took the world and the Internet by storm and I have to admit, I didn’t think another film would come along for a good long while to rival it for B-Grade supremacy. I was wrong. Very wrong.

Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you… Zombeavers.



From the producers of the very respectable films, American Pie and The Ring, Epic Pictures provide us with the films official synopsis.

“Three college girls go on a care-free vacation of drinking games, topless sunbathing, and sexual exploration. Their frolicking fun comes to an abrupt end when toxic zombie beavers try to EAT THEM.”

Yes, you read that right. Toxic. Zombie. Beavers.

Zombeavers is scheduled for release later in 2014.

I can’t wait!



Sarah Goddard