Kuala Lumpur has fallen. A seemingly harmlessly flu epidemic has spread across the city, and within 24 hours, it has turn the city’s residents into mindless flesh-eating zombies.
The question now is, how would you – as a Malaysian – react to a zombie outbreak in your own city?
That is the question that KL24: Zombies seeks to answer. Produced by filmmaker James Lee’s Doghouse 73 Pictures, it is a feature-length omnibus of three stories directed by Lee, Gavin Yap and Shamine Othman, and follows the first 24 hours of the zombie outbreak from three different points of view.
The topic is not the only thing that’s unique about this film though. It is also the first Malaysian feature-length film to be released solely online, via YouTube.
According to Lee, the idea behind KL24 is to tell Malaysian stories through the zombie genre.
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