From Dusk To Dawn: Zombie Romp

Thrill The World is the annual line-dancing event for zombies that began back in 2006 at Toronto. Last year, it set a new world record when 22,571 zombies from 33 countries   danced simultaneously to the official zombie anthem, “Thriller.”

Since Malaysians have a penchant for setting bizarre records, they took to the feat like Michael Jackson to skin whitening products…

Young Vampire

Young Vampire

Saturday, 7:oo pm: At the Sunrise Fun Zone Community Centre in Mont’Kiara, the kids have the most fun where they dressed for the Halloween theme.

Young Cinderella

Young Cinderella

Young Cinderella walking away without a pair of glass slippers. She was disappointed to discover that footwear in Mont Kiara, just like hers, has holes all over :)

Dusk Dance

Dusk Dance

I like local events synchronised with other cities around the world. Otherwise, no typical Malaysian event will ever begin on time. This one started on the dot, as scheduled.

Japanese Zombie Corner

Japanese Zombie Corner

What was wonderful about the Sunrise Mont’Kiara event was that half the participants were kids. And they were all really enthusiastic.

Dawn Rise

Dawn Rise

Sunday, 7:00 am: At Dataran Shah Alam, zombies suffering from insomnia were seen rising early on a non-working day. There was no graveyard mist though.  Instead, plenty of haze from the dying rainforests of Sumatra engulfed the walking dead.

Thrill The World Shah Alam 2010

Thrill The World Shah Alam 2010

The same bunch of good zombies from last year’s Thrill The World Shah Alam were hopping about at Shah Alam again. See my coverage and pictures from last year here.

1Zombie Nation

1Zombie Nation

1Zombies getting along so well without slogans or campaigns.

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