Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

Synopsis: A reckless janitor accidentally releases a zombie from a laboratory of research. Meanwhile, the teenagers scouts Ben Goudy and Carter Grant decide to camp for the last time since they are too old to be scouts. The problem is that they do not want to harm the feelings of their friend Augie Foster and the Scout Leader Rogers. They have a flat tire after hitting a deer on the road and Carter's sister Kendall Grant, her boyfriend and her friend Chloe stop their Jeep to see whether they need a ride. They invite Ben and Carter to go to a party in the night. The two scouts leave the camping during the night to go to the party. When they drive through the town, they do not see a living soul and they decide to visit a night-club since the bouncer is not at the door. They discover that people have turned into zombies and they team-up with Ben's recent acquaintance Denise Russo, who is bartender in the nightclub, and Augie that was left alone at the camp and came to the town. Soon they discover t
Genre: Action, Comedy, Horror
Director(s): Christopher Landon
Production: Broken Road Productions
  5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
93 min

Mind if I do a quick mop?

You're shouting.


- I can come back later.

- No, it's fine.

Just don't touch anything.

"Just don't touch anything."


You want a Tic Tao?

All right. I'll take that as a no.

Oh. Come on.


What the hell happened to you, dude?

Dod? What the f***

kind of name is Dod?


Go, go, 90, 90. 90-

Come on!

No! Oh, no, no, no. Reset, reset.

Oh, sh*t. Oh, sh*t.

Dod! Come on!

Clear! Accept! Accept the motherf***er!

Sh*t. Okay. All right.


I'll do CPR. Yeah.

All right! Some Takis Fuego.

Come on!

Come on, breathe, dude!

Oh, sh*t! Oh, hell, no.

Okay. All right. All right. Come on, Dod.

Come on. We got this.

Please, come on, Dod!

One, one thousand!

Two, one thousand!


No, no, no!

No, no, no!

Come on.


You are kidding me.

Oh, crap.


ROGERS". You know

what's cooler than cool?

ALL". Scouting!


Hi, there, guys.

My name is Scout Leader Rogers.

And I'm here to show you

what scouting is all about. Come...

Being a Scout is about

the bonds of friendship.

Check it out!

These Scouts are on their way

to earning a Bow and Arrow Badge!

Badges are the Scouts'

highest symbol of achievement.

Scouts can earn all sorts of badges.

What's cooler than cool?

ALL". Scouting!

All right, are you in or are you in?

Hey, listen, there's free

cookies every Friday.

We do sing-alongs on Saturdays.

It looks great on a college application!

I love this tragic ritual.

Someone's gonna sign up, guys!

We have to keep trying!

Augie, a unicorn's

gonna fly out of your ass

before somebody joins.

Carter! Language.

Yeah, he's right.

Nobody's ever gonna sign up.

It's just a waste of time.

Ye of little faith.

Where's that Scout spirit?

Look, guys, we're not gonna

quit trying just because

we lost a couple hours

sitting around on our butts

with nothing to show for it.

I mean, some people

spend their entire lives

and have nothing to show for it.


I think we all know

it's Augie's special night.

After years of hard work and dedication,

he will receive the highest

honor of a Scout,

the Condor Badge,

in a ceremony at tonight's campout.

Okay. Let's see.


No! No, no, no, no.

I always dig the shitter.

It's called a latrine, not a shitter.

All right, Ben, you're on wiener duty.

That's enough.

Carter, nobody eats a hot dog like this.

All right. Ben, why don't you

lead us in the Scout Oath?

- Come on.

- All right.

To live courageously,

to help others when I can,

defend what I must, so help me God.

Scouts forever!

Scouts forever!

Scouts forever.

Scouts forever.


Ben, we have to tell Augie.

- I know. I know.

- We're ditching Scouts.

Yeah, we'll tell him.

We've been talking

about it for over a year.

I know.

We just have to find the right time.

Okay, we'll do it tonight, then.

No, we can't tell him tonight.

He's getting his Condor Badge.

He's been working toward this

ever since he joined Scouts.

You know how much it means to him.

Especially since his dad can't be there.

It's been two years, Ben.

We can't just stay in Scouts

because we feel sorry for him.

Come on, that's not the only

reason we're staying in Scouts.

Come on, you've had fun.

Had fun, okay? Past tense. Had.

And now I am ready to move on.

I mean, you realize

it's gonna be junior year next year.

I mean, you know

what that means, right?

We start thinking about college.

We start thinking about p*ssy, Ben!

Come on. Junior year is when

all the girls become sluts.

- Oh, really?

- Yes.

And if we're sitting here

in these Scout uniforms,

it's gonna be

the male version of a chastity belt, Ben.

Oh, sh*t. Sh*t.

What the f*** was that?

Holy sh*t. Oh, my God.

Oh, sh*t.

Dude, that scared the sh*t out of me.

Yeah, me, too.

No, like, literally, a little sh*t came out.

Dude, stop.

Jesus Christ. You hood-f***ed Bambi.

I didn't mean to!

It wasn't my fault, Carter!

It was just standing there!

Oh, sh*t.

Oh. Damn it.

Great. Just awesome.

Is that a spare for your bike or the car?

Sh*t. My dad's gonna be so pissed.

Carter, where are the other lug nuts?

How should I know?

I've been sitting here doing nothing.

Yeah. I noticed.

Oh. Dude, that's my sister.

Kendall! Kendall!



Can you help us?

- Catch!

- Ow!

- Jeff!

- What?

I said, "Catch".

I thought he had it.

- Sorry, bro. It's my bad.

- Yeah.

Are you guys okay?

I mean, what happened?

We hit a white-tailed deer. It was huge.

Yeah. We were just driving,

and then it was like, boom!

You guys hit a deer? That's awesome.

Nope, not awesome. Are you kidding?

Nothing awesome about it.

Look at my car.

What's up, Chloe?

- Hey...

- Hey.

- Carter.

- Carter!

Yeah. I sit behind you in Spanish class.

Oh, gracias.

So, I'm really down with this

whole little Scout uniform

you guys got going.

All these little patches and stuff.

Actually, Ben and Carter have been

Scouts together since, what,

you were like six, right?

- Yeah, yeah. A long time.

- That's awesome, man.

Ben's like my little brother.

Yep. That's me. Little brother Ben.

Hey, Jeff!

All right, well.

Sorry about that face again.

Hey, are you going to the party tonight?

What's up?

Yo! Aber-blow-me and B*tch, man.

What's up? Hey.

Always coming up with good ones.

Listen, I was just talking

to Carver here, and...


- I came up with a great idea.

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