Petaling Jaya – KL Zombi made headway into South Korea and won the hearts and minds of audiences for its first international premiere at Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) 2014 in South Korea on July 20 and 25. The movie, which was released in Malaysian theatres on August 29, 2013, was screened under the World Fantastic Cinema section, a section showcasing the very latest of horror, sci-fi, thriller, action and fantasy films across the globe on July 20 and 25.

PiFan, this year in its 18th year, is the largest film festival in South Korea that focuses on fantastic films defined as a film genre that challenges the boundaries of reality and imagination. PiFan 2014 was held from July 17 to 27.

KL Zombi is about the day in the life of Malaysians that threatens to come to a horrifying end, when a zombie outbreak occurs in the peaceful suburbs which gradually spreads to the city, causing chaos and threatens to lead civilisation to its utter destruction. Nipis, an indifferent slacker, decides to take matters into his own hands and embarks on a quest with his group of survivors, to save his nation from the clutches of the walking dead epidemic.