It was a screenplay idea that I came up with in college and apparently it was very short-lived because I don't remember much about it. Somehow, the concept got an entire notebook devoted to it (but only three pages have writing on them).
I've had a lot of good ideas in my life, but this is not one of them. Without further ado, I present...
Yes, you read that right. This zombie apocalypse comes with a beat! I enjoy the fact that even though the word "musical" is crossed out, the whole shabang is still "eurodance-themed." I also enjoy the multiple misspellings. Looks like Lauren The 20-Year-Old College Kid needed some sleep!
But wait! There's more!
If you don't want to take the time to read that mess, all you need to know is this: Apparently the zombie apocalypse begins because some moron flushes the wrong chemicals down the toilet. Also, the main character is a hot DJ with pink hair and the story takes place in either the future or 1997 (I couldn't decide).
The next page has a vague plot outline and a lot of arrows. The only part worth sharing is this:
Suddenly, it's a social commentary as well as a eurodance-themed
And then, there are the characters...
I think I thought I was clever because Max Tekramkcots is an accountant and his last name is "stock market" backwards. And apparently, the main character falls in love with a cute British zombie who is also a scientist who sometimes wears a fez.
There are pictures (complete with obscure song recommendations!):
Yes, apparently the zombies go to Costco at some point and get down to Ice MC. And I guess the British zombie guy's name is Romero? What a subtle homage to George Romero. Again, I probably I thought I was being clever.
Also, when has the word "friggin" EVER been in my vocabulary?
It's not surprising that this idea only lasted three pages.
Anyway, that's all I've got. I'm going to scuttle off to the kitchen to brew up some tea before I can further embarrass myself in the blogiverse.
Peace out, amigos. Be careful about flushing suspicious chemicals down the toilet and, as always, beware of zombies that like techno music. <3