Renee, a former junkie still working out psychological issues, moves to the Mexico border with her doctor fiancee, Jeffrey. They befriend Michael, a local caretaker for the windmills in the area. During dinner at Renee's house, the place comes under siege by ancient Mayan zombies who Michael had killed in the past. The dead orphan connects to Renee who feels the need to solve why the ancient Mayan Zombies were killed and how to rest their souls.
David Heavener as Michael Richards
Joe Estevez as Jeffrey Morgan
Amanda Bauman as Renee Summers
Andrew Crandall as Mayan Father
Lauren Aguas as Mother
Elizabeth Webster as Zombie Daughter
Robert Aceves as Teenage Boy
Libertie Heavener as Little Girl
Todd Bridges as Ruben Herardo
At the time, Heavener lived in the house used for filming. Heavener said that the house was haunted by two ghosts, which caused issues during production.
Bloody Disgusting rated it 1.5/5 stars and wrote that film fails on every level except for the gore effects and its poster art. Melissa Bostaph of Dread Central rated it 2.5/5 stars and wrote, "[W]hile I can say the movie is bad, it's not so bad as to be unwatchable." Jon Condit, also writing for Dread Central, rated it 1.5/5 stars and wrote, "I found the first 70-minutes to be a bore to sit through and the last twenty to be quite entertaining." Ian Jane of DVD Talk rated it 1.5/5 stars and wrote, "There are plenty of times where low budget films work just fine even with obvious flaws but here, there's nothing to compensate for the cheap looking zombie effects and poorly contrived script." David Johnson of DVD Verdict called it "an enjoyable low-budget, undead comedy romp".