The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever

The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever

eBook - 2016
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After producing three horror movies that went mostly ignored on YouTube, Justin and his filmmaking buddies decide it's time they create something noteworthy, something epic. They're going to film the Greatest Zombie Movie Ever. They may not have money or a script, but they have passion. And, after a rash text message, they also have the beautiful Alicia Howtz-Justin's crush-as the lead. With only one month to complete their movie, a script that can't possibly get worse, and the hopes and dreams of Alicia on the line, Justin is feeling the pressure. Add to that a cast of uncooperative extras and incompetent production assistants, and Justin must face the sad, sad truth. He may actually be producing The Worst Zombie Movie Ever...
Publisher: [S.I.] : Sourcebooks, 2016.
ISBN: 9781492628163
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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Sep 25, 2017

A 2018-2019 Missouri Truman Readers Award preliminary nominee (grades 6-8).

Justin, 15, and his two best friends decide that they are done making bad movies. Instead, they are going to make the "greatest zombie movie ever". They have just under a month to write a script, find the actors, raise the money, create the effects, and shoot the film.

This was surprisingly humorous and fun! I say surprising because I have read a previous book by Strand that I did not find fun or funny, although it attempted to be. Since it's not a zombie book, it's not particularly violent or gruesome, but there is at least one or two things that are kind of gross.


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Sep 25, 2017

booknrrd thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over


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