More Zombies attacking Korean cinemas, only this time we get to see their funny side as director Lee Min-jae brings us an undead comedy with his debut feature “The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale”.


Man-deok runs a gas station in a peaceful country village. He has three adult children: Joon-geol, Min-geol and Hae-geol. Man-deok only thinks about spending the rest of his life in Hawaii.

Oldest child, Joon-geol, is married to Nam-joo. He loves his family, but he doesn’t express his feelings to his family. Min-geol is the middle child in the family. He is the only one from his family to have graduated from a university. He gets fired from his company and comes back to his hometown. Hae-geol is the youngest child in the family.

One day, a strange man appears in the country village. Due to him, Man-deok’s family and the entire village is shaken.

Making up the extensive starcast are Jung Jae-young (“Confession of Murder”, “Castaway on the Moon”), Kim Nam-gil (“Memoir of a Murderer”, “Handphone”), Uhm Ji-won (“Master”, “Hope”), Lee Soo-kyung (“Heart Blackened”, “Coin Locker Girl”), Jung Ga-ram (“Believer”, “The Poet and the Boy”) as well as veteran actor Park In-hwan (“Thirst”, “One Fine Spring Day”). The film arrives to capture hearts and eat brains on Valentine’s Day, 2019.