Bruce LaBruce’s Gay Zombie Flick "L.A. Zombie" Pulled From Melbourne International Film Festival (Video)

Filmmaker, writer, photographer, and underground gay porn Bruce LaBruce’s latest film L.A. Zombie has been pulled from the line-up of Australia’s biggest film festival after being rejected by censors.  “L.A. Zombie”, which also features gay sex and full-frontal male nudity, is the first film in seven years to be banned from screening at the Melbourne International Film Festival, which starts on July 22.

“L.A. Zombie” describe3d as a “video art zombie film”, stars French porn actor Francois Sagat (pictured left) as a man convinced he is an alien zombie sent to Earth to roam the streets of Los Angeles in search of dead bodies and gay sex.


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