At Seabrook High It’s Zoms vs. Poms in
Disney Channel’s Newest Original Movie!
At this School, it takes GUTS to be Yourself!
Disney’s “ZOMBIES” is a music- and dance-filled story set in the fictitious world of Seabrook, a cookie-cutter community brimming with perky conformity 50 years after a zombie apocalypse. Today, the zombies pose no threat, but are required to live in Zombietown, an isolated, rundown community infused with their unique creative spirit. When zombies are finally allowed to enroll in Seabrook High School, the charming, charismatic zombie Zed, who is determined to play football, meets freshman Addison who dreams of being a cheerleader — the ultimate form of status in Seabrook. Addison takes a lot of flak for befriending Zed and his zombie friends, but comes to learn that zombies and cheerleaders aren’t so different after all. Zed and Addison work together to show Seabrook what they can achieve when they embrace their differences and celebrate what makes them a community. On Disney DVD April 24th.
I didn’t know what to think of this one when I first heard of it. We LOVED it! The whole idea was hilarious to my kiddos and they couldn’t wait. Of course the movie is filled with signature Disney singing and dancing we all love. The message of celebrating everyone’s uniqueness and how different doesn’t mean you can’t be friends is extremely important for kids today. If you haven’t seen this one you should grab your own copy for a fun Family Movie Night! Check out the trailer below.
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