High school is hell, especially when you end up on the lunch menu. When its rival sends death their way, the students must learn to think outside the box, so they don’t end up in one.
Southbay High is a Southern California beach school with a Sixties sun and surfing reputation, while Macadamia High represents the nation’s future. When a failed Macadamia science experiment turns a building of dedicated students into ravenous zombies, their principal solves the problem by busing them to Southbay. After all, Macadamia students will be tomorrow’s movers and shakers. Southbay students will be domestic help for those movers and shakers.
When Southbay students find their school surrounded, they realize it is up to them to stop the zombies before the army arrives with orders to destroy everyone.
Either was, it doesn't matter if it was a dream or a memory. For all I know, I was scared and didn't know what to do with that 'Thing' now following me around. But then again, it was a dream. Or at least I hope it was, and will always be.
A direct sequel to the 1984 cult classic “An American Werewolf in London”.
During “An American Werewolf in London” the lead character/werewolf, David, has sex with Alex, one of the nurses who cares for him in hospital after surviving the first werewolf attack.
This film presumes Alex has given birth to the son of David, the American Werewolf.
Amy Winters' brutal murder sparks mass speculation among the students of Thorngrove Secondary School. But one particular group of friends are affected most... and it soon becomes apparent that a psychopathic mastermind is shadowing them all.
[Sound cliche? Yeah, it is. Nonetheless I hope you enjoy]