125 Zombies converged at the Univeristy Of Southern Maine, Lewiston-Auburn College on Sunday. They were there to be extras in the Freight Train Films production of 'How To Kill A Zombie.' This is the second featured-length film by the Monmouth based production company. Freight Train Films President and actor Bill McLean is eager to get Maine on the independent film making map.

This film is truly a family affair, McLean's 19 year-old son, Ben, wrote the film and the film's director is his wife Tiff McLean. The area residents spent a few hours on Sunday during the movie shoot at U.S.M. Lewiston-Auburn College. They weren't paid for their time but all had fun limping, moaning and groaning their way across the school's parking lot as they stormed the local college.

Freight Train Films first feature-length movie, 2011's 'Scooter McGruder,' won the People's Choice Award for Best Feature film during the Lewiston-Auburn Film Festival.