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Zombies Take the Schoolyard (2010)

Acid thunderstorms at the high school turn everyone into Zombies except senior Ralph and freshman Scott, who find their only solace is in a dank janitor's closet. With their teenage ... See full summary »

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Acid thunderstorms at the high school turn everyone into Zombies except senior Ralph and freshman Scott, who find their only solace is in a dank janitor's closet. With their teenage turned-undead-friends clawing at the door, who will make it out to spark the Resistance? Written by Anonymous

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Great little short
22 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

At first I didn't think I was going to like this short because the first minute or so was completely black with just sound. It got better once it got going. Two kids are stuck in a closet at school during a zombie attack caused by an acid rainstorm. One of the kids, Ralph, is older and a school news reporter (sorry I meant "Editor in Chief", as he sarcastically emphasizes). The younger kid, Scott, is more annoyed he's stuck in the closet with this older bully then he is about the monsters outside. Speaking of monsters, I liked that the zombies were teenagers, you don't really see that often. The make up was excellent, especially for such a low budget film. I don't want to give away what happens but the effects were pretty good and made me watch it twice to see them again. Both the boys are good actors and very believable. For a 10-minute short, they did a really good job of establishing the characters and having a conflict that wasn't just about surviving the zombie attack. All in all, a tight flick that's a little deeper than you usually find with low-budget horror.


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