Netflix’s “All of Us Are Dead” Is Receiving Favorable Reviews From Netizens Says It’s More Scarier Than “Train to Busan”

Netflix‘s “All of Us Are Dead“, which has been a hot topic even before its release, is receiving favorable reviews.

Netflix‘s “All of Us Are Dead” was released from episodes 1 to 12 at 5 pm on January 28th.

All of Us Are Dead” is based on a Naver webtoon and tells the story of those isolated in a high school where a zombie virus spread and those trying to save them go through an extreme situation that cannot be known.

Even before the release, it received high expectations from many people as it was revealed that it was the best among Netflix Korean original dramas with high ratings such as “Squid Game” and “Hellbound“.

As soon as it was released, those who watch “All of Us Are Dead” said that they were scarier than the zombie movies “Train to Busan” and Netflix‘s “Kingdom“.

They said that the scene in which zombies appeared was portrayed cruelly, and that the restaurant scene from episodes 1 to 2 was the most shocking.

At the same time, they praised that the zombie group shots and body twists were much more lively than the previous Korean zombie movies.

Some viewers applauded the speedy development of “All of Us Are Dead”. Their opinion is that from the first episode, the story flowed with excitement and went on in the blink of an eye.

In addition, viewers who watched “All of Us Are Dead” praised the actors’ creepy acting skills.

Lee Yoo Mi, who appeared in “Squid Game”, as well as Jo Yi Hyun and Romon, etc., showed a hot reaction, saying that they drew the characters perfectly.

“All of Us Are Dead” is receiving a lot of attention overseas as well. On Rotten Tomatoes, an American film critic site, reviews continued, such as “It’s like a ‘spicy’ teen with social problems” and “The moving narrative in its rapid development made me watch all 12 long episodes.”

On the other hand, some criticized it as being inconvenient to see because the level was high, and it was brutal and showed detailed scenes of school violence.

Attention is focused on whether “All of Us Are Dead“, which perfectly embodies zombies, can surpass the “Squid Game” that has become popular worldwide.



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