7.5
1,351 votes
All of Us Are Dead

All of Us Are Dead

Netflix 2022

A high school becomes ground zero for a zombie virus outbreak. Trapped students must fight their way out β€” or turn into one of the rabid infected.

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The 10 Best Episodes of All of Us Are Dead

All of Us Are Dead - S1E7

#1 - Episode 7

8.42

Season 1 - Episode 7

To make it out of the music room and onto the roof, the students put into action their most perilous plan yet. Elsewhere, Jae-ik comes across a setback.

The episode was rated from 12 votes.

All of Us Are Dead - S1E6

#2 - Episode 6

8.10

Season 1 - Episode 6

The group clears a path to Cheong-san using sound to draw away zombies, but a new type of threat surfaces. Nam So-ju breaks out of the quarantine camp.

The episode was rated from 20 votes.

All of Us Are Dead - S1E3

#3 - Episode 3

8.04

Season 1 - Episode 3

When one of the group is scratched while fighting a zombie, Lee Na-yeon demands they kick him out. Outside, the virus swallows up the city.

The episode was rated from 48 votes.

All of Us Are Dead - S1E2

#4 - Episode 2

7.87

Season 1 - Episode 2

The infected multiply in droves. Scrambling for their lives, Nam On-jo and Lee Cheong-san find safety with others inside a classroom β€” but not for long.

The episode was rated from 63 votes.

All of Us Are Dead - S1E4

#5 - Episode 4

7.84

Season 1 - Episode 4

In need of a cellphone, two students take a risky journey to the teachers' office. Byeong-chan passes on critical information to Detective Song Jae-ik.

The episode was rated from 37 votes.

All of Us Are Dead - S1E5

#6 - Episode 5

7.78

Season 1 - Episode 5

Martial law is imposed on the city. When Cheong-san is separated from the rest of the group, On-jo leads a mission to use a drone to locate him.

The episode was rated from 27 votes.

All of Us Are Dead - S1E8

#7 - Episode 8

7.70

Season 1 - Episode 8

Jae-ik and his crew run into a student from the school. Na-yeon works up the courage to face her peers. The group shares confessions around a fire.

The episode was rated from 10 votes.

All of Us Are Dead - S1E1

#8 - Episode 1

7.32

Season 1 - Episode 1

Inside Lee Byeong-chan's science lab, a student incurs a seemingly harmless bite. Shortly after, a fast-spreading outbreak soaks the school in blood.

The episode was rated from 100 votes.

Last updated: may 22, 2022

Comments

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They really need to stop people from reviewing a show that isn't even out?!?!?

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Another great Asian production !! And what's more important free from lgtbqwerty+ propaganda !!! It's so so nice to see finally teenagers on Netflix show who do not recommend sex with whomever they fall into preferably same gender... seeing these brainwashed US youngsters is heartbreaking. Good we still have places like Korea :)

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5 users already voted on this. Just why?

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This is way far better than all The Walking Dead seasons combined. Highly recommended for both who likes the zombie genre and those who doesn't like it. This isn't your usual, ordinary, zombie show. It's full of character development, real life and realistic drama, and lessons in survival and life itself. In this show, they truly captured how high school students would have acted and think. While maybe, some characters and situations were annoying, you would realize that's how you and your classmates would have been at that age of your life. They also did not shy away from showing the very difficult task of making decisions, and best of all, how in the middle of fear, uncertainty, and death, humanity still can trust and support each other at the end of the day. It's not all running. There are stories behind every episode, every character, every scene. Something you don't see in majority of zombie films and TV series.

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Koreans just really know how to do Zombie or Horror in general. Netflix International game is on point right now. EDIT after finishing The action and fighting scenes look absolutely incredible but the characters and story at times are honestly dumb as fuck. Was still entertained throughout. Dae-su is my spirit animal.

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what is it with k-dramas and cop-driven subplots

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It's.. not good. Admittedly I must be frank in that I have not read the original webtoon so I do not know the source material at hand. However, the adaption by itself is so disappointing I could not help but completely be urged stop watching by episode 8 and had to force myself in finishing this show. [spoiler]I would however, credit it to giving an original idea to the origins of Zombies. Here, its not so much about a government experiment gone wrong or nature doing its thing but rather instead a desperate father wanting to save his son. However, I also found it rather lacking when I learn that we never truly understand the father other than he created the Jonas Virus simply to.. Superhero his son. I mean, the complexity and the need to make his son stronger or better is there with the bullying situation, however the question still begs in that why not simply be a better father? If he was smart enough to create a virus, couldn't he have figured out a better way to deal with bullies knowing the political system wasn't going to support him? Why not flesh out his character more, such as the reasons for him to even becoming a teacher in the same school that is allowing these bullies to thrive? There is so much they could have done with the father alone, that I feel completely lost when he quickly goes from the world is ending there is no cure to please figure it out with the data on my laptop.[/spoiler] Now for the students, to the actors credit they have performed well but I felt like the plot involving them was very weak especially when it came to the side characters. Examples would be: [spoiler] Na-yeon, in that I felt there should have been more done to flesh her out and her need to be completely right to the point of infecting another student just to feel vindicated rather than Nam-ra simply pointing out she did something and everyone turns on her and she just screams her sob story and.. leaves killing the teacher in the process. [/spoiler] [spoiler] Seon-hwa was a completely underused character. Here is an adult who could have led and acted as a leader to the group and provide leadership yet she simply is there and then.. gone. Like what was the point of her even showing up if she was going to be offed in a single episode? [/spoiler] [spoiler] Ha-ri and the archery team. They are so badly used I could not help but feel underwhelmed whenever they are mentioned. A good example would be when they are introduced, they are essentially rammed straight into a zombie horde after having gone through the main gate, yet only 2 of them somehow surviving reaching the main building through the front yard which is swarming with zombies with an ample supply of arrows. That and the fact they are completely okay with killing zombies without remorse feels so weird especially how the story presents itself. I feel like they could have been fleshed out more and could have been used better than simply being there. A major issue I have with Ha-ri most of all is the fact she is the only person in the group with a weapon and capability of dispatching zombies, yet her skills are hardly used such as in Episode 10, where they try to break out. Here they could have simply created a barricade for her to reduce the number of zombies inside the building before breaking out yet for whatever reason they completely ignore or do not entertain that idea and simply go for another student saves the day by sacrificing himself trope..again.[/spoiler] [spoiler] Like the whole story could have been the archery group becoming the combat group and helping the main group establish a perimeter or a safe area and provide security and tension rising such as the moral implications of killing another person, zombie or not. I just cannot express how disappointing Ha-ri's arc and quite frankly it was completely not needed at all.[/spoiler] [spoiler] The martial law commander..I mean, seriously? He made the most soundest tactical decision by limiting collateral AND structural damage by wiping out almost 40% of the zombie horde in 4 precise tactical missile strikes, which could hardly be called a bombing run yet somehow he feels so guilty in making this decision he decides to..kill himself? Most shows/movies would opt for a complete saturated bombing of the entire city to ensure that the outbreak is completely gone yet here we have the most logical and the most precise if not the most efficient way in removing zombies, something similar to, if not, a reference to one of the ways the infected were dealt with from the movie World War Z (the stadium scene at the end). I mean anybody would agree this was the most safest way to get rid of the outbreak and he somehow makes this decision by himself without the president or NSC being involved? I wish they could have simply had it where the President and his council was opting to simply bomb Hyorang out of existence whereas the the commander chose the tactical strikes and ended up having to resign over the whole unneeded drama of "Oh i feel so bad in doing this me shoot myself" that feels so out of the way story-wise regardless.[/spoiler] [spoiler] Ji-Min/Nam-ra/Gwi-Nam: I think this was the deal breaker for me. Like first of all, Gwi-nam should have been offed completely and should have not been dragged through the entire show. I feel like the true villain should have been Ji-min and I wish they did more to her than Gwi-nam. [/spoiler] [spoiler]From my perspective, Ji-Min could have been the central villain, in that when she discovers herself to be immune/mutated and has super powers, she decides to enact her vengeance on the people who wronged her by killing her bullies first, and then goes on this mad rampage of killing the rest of the survivors and then infecting those she felt was of her kind, the students who were bullied and resented their bullies creating this new horde and threat growing within the school. [/spoiler] [spoiler]I mean the ending would have been perfect her being the main villain. The missile strike obliterating the high school with Ji-Min as she watches the school literally burn down and having her wish be fulfilled while dying in peace knowing she has achieved her vengeance together with her horde, a poetic yet somber farewell to those who were bullied.[/spoiler] [spoiler]Nam-ra could have been the outcast, having been unintentionally bitten trying to save a fellow student in the group who was an indirect bully and rather than joining Ji-Min, instead supports the main group and acts as their protector and helps them escape ultimately. Nam-ra's character and development itself was completely poor and I felt like half the things going on in the show could have been completely negated had she been used more than being this weird awkward damsel-in-distress role that occasionally somehow uses her powers.[/spoiler] [spoiler]I mean seriously, how bad of a script/plot can you get if you write in a character like Nam-ra, but then not even use her hardly at all like Ha-ri? Instead we have Gwi-nam, who manages to just drag his dull character and force himself throughout the show providing this completely unneeded villain/stalker constantly being tossed off of buildings yet somehow has his entire bone structure intact for whatever reason. [/spoiler] [spoiler]Like there are so many things wrong in the show, like the fact they go through the need of a toilet, but not go through the motions of trying to secure food/water supplies or the potential thought of arming themselves? [/spoiler]

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I'm getting major High School of the Dead vibes.

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good show. acting is good. the death of some the characters are questionable some slow paces here and there but overall enjoyable

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I was expecting a lot more after the zombie masterpiece that was Kingdom, and this definitely fell short. It focused on the exact thing I didn't care about during a zombie apocalypse: teen drama. If you're looking for a real survival thriller, you will be sorely disappointed by the amount of scenes dedicated to crushes and name-calling. That being said, if that _is_ your genre, go for it! I didn't dislike it, it was a decent watch, but it also wasn't was I was looking for.

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this is just... bad. idk how ya'll wached and liked it just bad in every shape. i'm not even talking about the acting lol

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Easy to recommend. Really enjoyed this one, even though zombie shows are not my thing. Interesting story, where things are explained, likable characters played well by actors who are not that older, so they quite fit, no annoying characters, and they even behave rationally most of the time. The survival aspect is a bit toned down, and the show focuses more on the individual characters, but that is a plus here. Also, the camera work was really good, I especially liked the long continuous shots in a few of the episodes.[spoiler] And there even is an ending to the story shown, even though they left a door open for a season 2[/spoiler] [spoiler]There are only a few things I did not like, and they all were in the way the story was written. I did not like the fakeouts (showing something happening and they in the next episode you find out that nothing really happened), the perfect timings (people and events miss each other by seconds all the time), and repeating situations (for instance, almost unlocking a door, and then something happens to stop the character. But this is probably mostly due to limited locations). Also, some characters are underused, and some are really randomly killed. [/spoiler]

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so so angry with the whole acting.

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I really enjoyed this Show. The characters were likable, relatable, and well casted. The ongoing intensity of the storyline keeps your eyes glued to the screen hoping that your favorite characters are safe from this powerful Zombie threat. I will admit, the series was off to a slow start revolving around your generic high-school drama, but once the infection starts to spread, the intensity rises and has you on your toes.

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i think people need to come up with a new zombie movie concept...like zombies in space or a zombie invasion

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The first half of season is literally boring,but deeper in serial its not bad as its looks like. The virus after Corona gives us to think and look how it would look. [spoiler] After Namra jump from roof... idk why the serial is ended,it's just looks like a start of the season 2.... it would be the first serial with better continuation than from beginning. How Namra lives,does army kill every zombie,did virus backdoor to other cities. I would like to see it. [/spoiler]

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