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Box for Zombocalypse (3D).
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3 hours, 28 minutes
Zombocalypse (3D) is the name of the movie that Mordecai and Rigby rented from the Movie Shack Hut for the park's scary movie night. As noted by the title, it is a 3D action horror film featuring undead zombies. Mordecai and Rigby get the foreign bootleg director's cut extended version that runs for three hours and twenty-eight minutes.
The movie focuses on a man who used to be an average everyday kinda guy who lives through a zombie apocalypse cause by a deadly necro virus whose wife/girlfriend gets turned into a zombie and has to be put down afterwards. He goes on a mission through the city to stop the undead invasion. After killing a majority of his undead foes, he confronts the ultimate zombie boss, the Zombie Master, and defeats him by ramming him with a sedan. The film ends shortly afterwards.
- The double-barrel shotgun on the survivor's back was never seen being used in the movie.
- Zombocalypse is an homage/parody of the Evil Dead horror movie franchise, as the main character seems to be based on Evil Dead protagonist Ash Williams (portrayed by Bruce Campbell), as he is a frequent user of one-liners and insults.
- The main character's fate is unknown; unlike Mordecai and Rigby's situation, the main character of Zombocalypse 3D may not have jumped out of the car and survived, but rather drove the car until it exploded.
- "Zombocalypse" is a portmanteau of "zombie" and "apocalypse".
- The tape can only be played by the Zetamax Projectron LLX player, due to it being in Zetamax 3D.
- The man on the cover seems to be slightly different then the actual zombie slayer.
- J.G. Quintel said at WonderCon that there might be a full-length film of this in the future!
- The box art resembles that of the popular first person shooter video game, Doom.
- The movie's true format, Zetamax 3D, is a parody of Betamax.