"It's 2018 - six years after a virus was released at the 2012 Olympics. Zombies dominate the earth and humankind has been mauled, torn and eaten to extinction. The problem is there's not a lot to do now that there are no humans left to rip apart... cue the first post-apocalyptic music festival curated by the undead."

If that premise sounds up your alley, look forward to I Spit On Your Rave, an upcoming mockumentary following the fictional festival by director Chris Boyle and Film4. The filmmaker will shoot all of the movie's footage at a real event, The Big Chill music festival running August 6 - 9 in Herefordshire, England. The four-day show will feature over a hundred sets including David Byrne, Orbital, Basement Jaxx, Lamb,

The film crew wants thousands of ticket holders to show up at the festival made up as zombies to provide material for the mockumentary and help the production potentially get into the Guinness Book of World Records for the "Most Amount of Zombies Captured on Camera". Film4 will edit and screen a short promo for the film towards the end of the festival, and release an online version aftewards.

What does this have to do with video games? Sensing an opportunity to promote its upcoming real-time strategy PSP game Undead Knights (due early 2010), Tecmo Koei is sponsoring the event with "Zombification Stations" where attendees can receive an undead makeover for the film.

Tecmo Koei also has hired zombies to shuffle around the festival and hand out Undead Knights Collector's Postcards, in case you want to send a brief message to your friends about how you're thinking of them and want to get together soon so you can eat their brains.

You can find more information about I Spit On Your Rave on the movie's official site. Also, here's a silly promotional video Film4 shot showing zombies hitchhiking to get to The Big Chill: