Zombie for Sale (blu ray) Limited Edition slipcase version

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The Odd Family: Zombie For Sale is a zombie comedy where Train to Busan, The Quiet Family and Warm Bodies collide to create a memorable debut from director Lee Min-jae. 

When the illegal human experiments of Korea’s biggest pharmaceutical company go wrong, one of their “undead” test subjects escapes and ends up in a shabby gas station owned by the Park family – a band of misfits spanning three generations who hustle passers-by to make ends meet. When the Park family uncover their undead visitor, he bites the head of their household, who instead of transforming into an undead ghoul becomes revitalised and full of life! The family then hatch a plan to exploit this unexpected fountain of youth, allowing locals to pay to be bitten too, until things go wrong… 

With a cabbage-munching zombie who prefers ketchup over blood, and a dysfunctional family that gives the Kim family of Parasite a run for their money, Zombie for Sale will warm the deadest of hearts and breathe some new life into the zombie genre. 

Director: Lee Min-jae

Cast: Jeong Jae-yeong, Jung Ga-ram, Kim Nam-gil

Genre: Zombie Comedy

Language: Korean (with English subtitles)

Country: South Korea

Year:  2019

Runtime: 112 mins

Region: B

Special Features:

  • High-Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation 
  • Original uncompressed Stereo and 5.1 DTS-HD MA options
  • Newly-translated English subtitles
  • Brand new audio commentary with filmmakers and critics Sam Ashurst and Dan Martin
  • Q&A with director Lee Min-jae from a 2019 screening at Asian Pop-Up Cinema in Chicago, moderated by film critic and author Darcy Paquet
  • Eat Together, Kill Together: The Family-in-Peril Comedy - brand new video essay by critic and producer Pierce Conran exploring Korea's unique social satires
  • Making-Of Featurette 
  • Behind-the-Scenes footage 
  • Original Trailer 
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly-commissioned artwork by Mike Lee-Graham