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In the early 1970s when everyone in America was worrying about what was going on in Vietnam, the United States Army was secretly developing a way to reanimate the dead. Their intention was to have the dead fight instead of the living, but the experiments were shut down when the reanimated corpses were unable to control their hunger for human flesh.

Thirty years later the army decides to reopen the project. Grover City, because of its remote location, would be the home of their main testing facilities. Without warning, the Grover City experiments go horribly wrong and the reanimated corpses go on a rampage, eating everyone in sight.

With the town overtaken by zombies, a group of High School seniors take it upon themselves to fight back and find a cure for the disease.


Much hype was built up for this movie before release.Bloody Disgusting's "Mr. Disgusting" gave the film a 7 out of 10 rating calling it the "Holy Grail of true independent horror films."[3] Additionally,'s Nicholas Yanes gave the film a positive review and claimed that "If you are a zombie film aficionado, you will want this to be part of your collection."[4] Dread Central's "Uncle Creepy", on the other hand, gave the film a 2.5 out of 5 rating, stating, "I wanted to love this movie. I wanted this to be the next big thing. It just wasn't."[5] Internet critic Phelan Porteous (Phelous) heavily criticized the plot, or lack thereof, the irrational nature of the characters, as well as the confusing editing of the film.[6]