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This Funny High School Zombie Flick… Was Produced By Actual High Schoolers (From Winnipeg!)
June 26, 2014
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If the zombie apocalypse ever comes, we're gonna hightail it to Winnipeg's Oak Park High — because judging by the evidence of the video above, they'll know just how to handle it.

Zombie High is a 32-minute horror flick (with shades of John Hughes) made by the talented teenagers at Oak Park's film program. Things start off innocently enough, with standard high school movie stuff — flirting in the parking lot, boring teachers — but soon, some contaminated water gets into the school's drinking supply, and people start acting decidedly odd.

Before long, students are chowing down on flesh in the cafeteria, and one unlucky gym teacher leads a class through a "Thriller" dance routine (without realizing her students are real zombies... until it's too late).

Last year, Oak Park students made headlines for this workplace safety PSA starring, yes, zombies:

And for a look behind the scenes at the making of Zombie High, check out the film's Facebook page.

Via BoingBoing


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