High school horror takes on a whole new meaning with Netflix’s newest South Korean zombie series, “All of Us Are Dead”. Slated to be the next big hit following the immensely popular Squid Game, brace yourselves, K-thriller lovers, you’re in for a treat.
Adapted from the Korean webtoon titled Now at Our School by Joo Dong-Geun, “All of Us Are Dead” sees a zombie outbreak taking place on the grounds of a high school, and trapped students must now fight their way through to escape, or risk turning into one of the rabid infected.
This series stars Squid Game alum (aka Ji-yeong / Player No. 240), Lee Yoo-Mi, alongside Yoon Chan-young, Park Ji-hoo, Cho Yi-hyun, and Park Solomon, and is co-directed by Lee Jae-kyu and Kim Nam-soo.
The trailer has already garnered over 8-million views and sees the storyline navigating around the themes of friendship, betrayal, and chaos in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. It does kind of remind us of Train to Busan with all that running to survive, blood, and screaming.
Hitting your screens on 28 January 2022, its release comes at the perfect time for the long CNY weekend and break. Each episode is slated to be slightly over 40-minutes long, so grab a couple of friends, plenty of snacks, and get ready to binge.
We’d be lying if we said we weren’t excited.
“All of Us Are Dead” drops 28 January 2022 on Netflix.
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