Netflix set to premiere ‘All of Us Are Dead’ on January 28th
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Netflix set to premiere ‘All of Us Are Dead’ on January 28th

A daring teenage zombie escape awaits the world in 2022

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Netflix announced a premiere date for the Korean zombie series ‘All of Us Are Dead’ which is set to debut on January 28th, 2022, directed by Lee JQ, Kim Nam-su, and written by Chun Sung-il, and series produced by Film Monster by JTBC Studios.

‘All of Us Are Dead,’ a Netflix original series, follows a group of kids locked at a high school who find themselves in desperate situations as they try to save their school from a zombie invasion.

With its wild imagination, compelling storyline, and precise details, ‘All of Us Are Dead’ is based on a popular webtoon by creator Joo Dong-geun, dubbed a “Korean-style zombie graphic novel.”

Following the TV series Beethoven Virus, The Legendary Police Woman, and the current successful film Intimate Strangers, director Lee JQ sparked a flurry of crazes. With the TV series LUCA: The Beginning, The Slave Hunters, and the film series The Pirates collaborating to portray a group of teens’ desperate struggle for survival in just another ordinary school, writer Chun Sung-il is noted for his unlimited versatility across many genres.

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Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, Lomon, Yoo In-soo, Lee You-Mi, and Lim Jae-hyeok are among the young, outstanding performers who offer a youthful atmosphere to the show.

The stunning teaser poster (see blog featured image above) depicts a school overtaken in horror and chaos. The blood-stained schoolyard, burning building, and innumerable children imprisoned in the frantic school pique the audience’s interest, hinting at the bizarre scenario set in a school where a mysterious zombie virus has taken hold.

The teaser for the release date offers a compelling view into the tense conflict between zombie-infected pupils and survivors attempting to flee. It begins with a kid in a school lab encouraging the audience to learn more about the virus that is wreaking havoc.

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The terrifying images of children infected with the strange zombie virus, as well as the spectacular action set in various parts of the school, are also worth seeing. Students, trapped in a zombie-infested school with no smartphones, food, or one to look after them, grasp for desk lamps, bookshelves, and bows to protect themselves from zombies. In a desperate bid to stay alive.

With a story about courageous teens who manage to discover love and friendship even in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, ‘All of Us Are Dead’ will open up an entirely new chapter in the history of zombies.

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