Zoo (2019)

Black Comedy ‘Zoo’ (2019) Hits Video On Demand

Zoo (2019) is a black comedy about humans and the way they act when the world falls apart right outside their doorsteps. Saving a marriage isn’t easy under any circumstances. Imaging trying to rekindle one during a zombie apocalypse! That’s the concept here, and it sounds pretty great. 1091 Media wants you to know the movie is available now.

Check out the trailer below, then read on for all the details!


Zoo Synopsis

Karen and John have lost the spark of married life the day they were notified that they were unable to conceive. Now they almost live like the walking dead, imprisoned by everyday life and on the verge of divorce. When the world is hit by a pandemic that really turns people into the “living dead”, the couple have to lock themselves in their apartment, waiting for rescue. While the world outside is falling apart, they are forced to find their way back to each other and reclaim their lost love.

Antonio Steve Tublén wrote and directed Zoo. It stars Zoë Tapper (Survivors, Mr Selfridge), Edward Speleers (Outlander, Downton Abbey), Antonia Campbell-Hughes (3096 Days, Kelly + Victor) and Jan Bijvoet (Borgman, Peaky Blinders).

Here’s a look at the official poster art!

Zoo (2019)

Zoo is now available on all major video on demand platforms (Amazon, VUDU, Google Play), courtesy of 1091 Media.

Final Thoughts

Cool concept! Most zombie films are about the zombie threat itself, and the dangers are mostly physical and environmental. I like the fact that this story is more about the human element. After all, relationships are tougher than any zombie outbreak. I can tell you that from experience!

So what do you think? Are you going to give this Zoo a visit? Tell us in the comments!

About Kenn Hoekstra

PopHorror Writer. Associate Editor. @PopHorrorNews Tweeter. Also... Screenwriter. Blogger. Horror Movie Aficionado. Wisconsin Sports Fan. IT Guy. Father. Smartass. People's Champion. TIME Person of the Year - 2006.

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