You know the story: sexy teens head to a secluded lakeside cabin for a weekend of debauched fun, but as the temperatures rise both on and off the beach, a menacing force is lurking just around the corner, laying in wait to start picking them off one by one. But this isn’t just any horror movie cabin, because here the culprit proves to be a horde of bloodthirsty zombie beavers, bringing with them enough splatter and innuendo to make Sharknado blush. The B-movie creature feature is making a comeback, and with 2 million views of its trailer in its first two weeks alone, the rabid rodents of Zombeavers are a veritable phenomenon—and they’re finally here. Get ready for a dam good time.
Length: 77 minutes
Director: Jordan Rubin
Screenwriter: Jordan Rubin, Al Kaplan, Jon Kaplan
Producer: Chris Bender, Jake Weiner, JC Spink, Evan Astrowsky, Chris Lemole, Tim Zajaros
Editor: Seth Flaum, Ed Marx
Associate Producer: J.B. Miller
Cinematographer: Jonathan Hall
Executive Producer: Theodore Miller, Alan Pao, Billy Rosenfeld
Composer: Al Kaplan, Jon Kaplan
Production Designer : Fredrick Waff
Cast: Cortney Palm, Rachel Melvin, Lexi Atkins, Jake Weary, Peter Gilroy, Hutch Dano
Raised in New York City, director Jordan Rubin wrote the opening film for the 2011 Academy Awards starring James Franco and Anne Hathaway. He was awarded YouTube's “DoGooder Award” last year for a short charity film that he wrote and directed with Judd Apatow. He has been the Head Writer of The MTV Movie Awards and Snoop Dogg’s most recent sketch show on MTV. Jordan’s own half-hour standup special, Comedy Central Presents: Jordan Rubin is currently running on the channel. Zombeavers marks his feature directorial debut.