A friendship between two people during a zombie
apocalypse. Has been known to happen between men
and women but is most commonly known between male friends of the same gender.
It is the equivalent of a "bromance" but in a zombie apocalypse.
Normally an argument must happen between the two to admit their
true friendship or the death of one by zombie kill.



Pasquale Murena’s latest film, Chip and Bernie’s Zomance, takes the viewer straight into the middle of a zombie apocalypse. With humans caught unaware and unprepared, the zombies overtake most major areas of civilization. With zombies now outnumbering humans, survival and retaliation are essential.

To keep the remaining human population both connected to the outside world and educated on zombie killing techniques, a made-for-TV competition has been created. The competition rules are simple: Rule 1: Each team has 48 hours to kill as many zombies as possible. Rule 2: Don’t die.

Chip and Bernie’s Zomance focuses on one team in particular, exterminators Chip and Bernie. These two brother-in-laws are an odd pair but somehow the best of friends. Chip is an ideas man, always talking Bernie into one crazy scheme after another. Chip’s drive and humor stem from profound moments in his past and his unending love for Hawaiian shirts. Bernie always looks for the good side of Chip and is eager to put his trust in Chip’s often misguided plans. Their relationship is a constant balance of give and take, mixed in with lots of adventures.

Pasquale Murena's Chip & Bernie's Zomance, co-stars 6-time Emmy winner Tim Conway and is full of laughs and adventure, ultimately highlighting just how important the relationship between two best friends can be. This universal theme brings a deeper context to a fun filled zombie apocalypse movie.





Anything Goes Productions Presents
a pasquale murena film marc robert pasquale murena “chip & Bernie’s zomance”
and tim conway also starring stefan reder christie cuevas matthew dorio
makeup sfx angela sawyer danielle kirin diendorf
location manager patricia mogavero executive producer marc robert
production manager autumn schabert written, produced and directed by pasquale murena
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