“Even the undead can be monetized in this endearing zombie comedy of free enterprise and family dysfunction.” -- Dennis Harvey, VARIETY
An infectiously funny slice of modern Korean cinema where TRAIN TO BUSAN, THE QUIET FAMILY, PARASITE, and WARM BODIES collide to create a memorable zom-rom-com from first-time director Lee Min-jae. One of the undead test subjects from Korea’s biggest pharmaceutical company goes AWOL and ends up at a gas station owned by the Park family: an intergenerational misfit gang swindling passers-by. When the aging patriarch is revitalized (rather than dying) from the zombie’s bite, the family exploits this unexpected fountain of youth, allowing locals to pay for a bite . . . until things go way wrong.