S’pore’s First Army Zombie Film Trailer is Out & There’s a Chiobu (with Zombies)

Image: Facebook (Zombiepura)

Here’s to clear the air once and for all: army camps usually do not have canteen chiobu like this.

Image: Facebook (Zombiepura)

And here’s to clear the air again: soldiers aren’t trained to fight zombies. In facts, zombies might be trained to fight soldier. Just take a look at a video we’ve done before.

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But of course, we’re not here to plug our YouTube channel, though that’s 98% of this article’s objective.

The other 2%?

Singapore’s first army zombie film trailer is out, and it’s dope.

Here, take a look (not just at 0:12, please).

Zombiepura: When Ah Boys to Men Meets The Walking Dead

If the trailer isn’t clear enough, here’s some more context: Zombiepura is like Ah Boys to Men meet The Walking Dead.

According to IMDB, it is a comedy (most likely plus horror, no?), and the plot is as follows: “When a mysterious virus breaks out in an isolated army camp, a lazy reservist soldier and his tough commander must work together to survive, and learn what it means to be real soldiers.”

Image: Facebook (Zombiepura)

Directed and written by Jacen Tan, known to be Singapore’s latest film funnyman, it stars The Noose’s Alaric and Benjamin Heng, who are also the co-producers. The film is produced by mm2, Clover Films and Jab Films, with Singapore Film Commission supporting it.

The release date isn’t confirmed yet, though earlier reports have indicated a release date in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Inspiration from a Guard Duty

Anyone who’s been through NS in the army would be familiar with guard duty: the dreaded phrase often means a day of nua-ness, having to guard a camp whereby most action occurs in paperwork, with the most challenging aspect being trying to sign within the box.

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