Steadfast Stanley – A Short Animated Zombie Film About One Boy And His Dog

21 May

Every now and then, a short zombie film comes along that is truly different from anything that has come before. A year or so ago it was the rather brilliant Cargo (if you haven’t seen it, watch it now!), but now there’s a new one called Steadfast Stanley.

It’s a rather sweet animated short about a dog’s search for his owner after they become separated during a zombie outbreak. In my humble opinion, it’s fantastic in terms of the story, they way it’s told and in terms of the animation itself, and it represents that most difficult of things to do in the zombie genre – something that’s completely original! So with no further ado, enjoy!

Steadfast Stanley from John Cody Kim on Vimeo.



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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in print and as a Kindle ebook. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more. To download a preview of the first three chapters, click here.

To read the Foreword Clarion Review of For Those In Peril On The Sea (where it scored five stars out of five) click here.

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