VIENNA - The mobility deceased are needed to help in scenes being filmed for a movie being made locally.
"ReZistance" is being prepared to go before the camera this weekend.
Potential zombies are needed Saturday at 6 a.m. to meet at the Vienna ball fields on Rosemar Road.
''We need zombies and we need people with paint ball equipment,'' co-writer and co-director Mark Colombo.
The film is being put together by eConic Films based in Parkersburg.
The story follows siblings Luke and Greta who were raised in the hills of West Virginia. The two are pulled in opposite directions, Luke a retired police officer dedicating his life to serving his community while Greta fell victim to the pull of the darkness from the woods.
That darkness overcomes Parkersburg and zombies overrun the area where Luke and other survivors fight for their lives.
They have to strike at the outbreak at its source, which forces Luke to find his sister who may hold the key to the end of the zombie outbreak.
For more information on eConic Films, go to www.youtube.com/econicfilms.
For more information on "ReZistance," including production information and to get information on sponsorships, go to www.facebook.com/eConicFilms.