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Z-O-M-B-I-E-S (2018)

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Students from Zombietown are transferred to a high school in a suburban town preoccupied with uniformity, traditions and pep rallies.


Paul Hoen
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Milo Manheim ... Zed
Meg Donnelly ... Addison
Trevor Tordjman ... Bucky
Kylee Russell ... Eliza
Carla Jeffery Carla Jeffery ... Bree
Kingston Foster ... Zoey
James Godfrey ... Bonzo
Naomi Snieckus ... Ms. Lee
Jonathan Langdon ... Coach
Paul Hopkins ... Dale
Marie Ward ... Missy
Tony Nappo ... Zevon
Emilia McCarthy ... Lacey
Mickeey Nguyen ... Tracey
Jasmine Renée Thomas ... Stacey (as Jasmine Renee Thomas)


Disney's "ZOMBIES" is a music and dance filled story set in the fictitious world of Seabrook, a cookie-cutter community brimming with perky conformity, 50 years after a zombie apocalypse. Today, the zombies pose no threat, but are required to live in Zombietown, an isolated, rundown community infused with their unique creative spirit. When zombies are finally allowed to enroll in Seabrook High School, the charming, charismatic zombie Zed, who is determined to play football, meets freshman Addison, who dreams of being a cheerleader - the ultimate form of status in Seabrook. Addison takes a lot of flak for befriending Zed and his zombie friends, but comes to learn that zombies and cheerleaders aren't so different after all. Zed and Addison work together to show Seabrook what they can achieve when they embrace their differences and celebrate what makes them a community. Written by Disney Channel PR

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


At Seabrook High it's zoms vs. poms.


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Did You Know?


Meg Donnelly is a natural blonde in real life. She wore several blonde wigs when in the role of Addison during production. See more »


You can tell that Addison is wearing a wig in certain scenes. See more »

Crazy Credits

At the end, "The End" is written on screen in the zombie language. Underneath, there's an English translation in parenthesis. See more »


References Freaks of Nature (2015) See more »


Written & Produced by Matthew Tishler
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Fun children's movie with a good message
31 December 2020 | by laura-18712See all my reviews

Although some of the songs were a bit too long and some of the acting was cringey, this movie had some great moments. The movie is very much produced as if it were a stage play for kids, which is heavily shown through the main characters breaking the fourth wall to talk to the viewer at some points in the movie. This was the most negative part to me and is a little off putting if you're over the age of eight, but some parents or children might find it charming. The big dance numbers were really fun to watch and I even started bopping to one of the songs by the time the movie was over. The colors were super vibrant - sometimes the costumes seemed cheap-looking but for a Disney Channel film, nobody in the age bracket they're producing for will probably notice that stuff anyways. The best part of the film was the message. Super relevant to today and a great way to teach kids about diversity and how to combat what they call "zombiephobia". The cast was also super diverse and also very likeable, which made me want to keep watching. Not the best, but definitely not the worst, and would definitely watch again.

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16 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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16:9 HD
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