"This may very well be the most important film you will ever see about zombie beavers," said Jordan Rubin, director and writer of Zombeavers, a film that debuted this week at the Berlin Film Festival. But frankly, this just might be the most important film ever.

Horny co-eds, severed feet, the great outdoors, and undead beavers chomping their way toward crotch, Zombeavers is more than just a simple film. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it will inspire great interest in mother nature, and it just might teach you something about love. For instance, in one scene a man says, "I've never seen a beaver up close." His girlfriend responds, "You should try going down on me once in a while." See? Life lessons.

The film is headed toward the European Film Festival where it's being shopped by Epic Pictures, the company who recently saw success with Big Ass Spider.

So if you're having a bad week, just remember that someday soon we'll all be able to see Zombeavers. Life really does get better.

[h/t Uproxx]