Ever since I stupidly decided to watch the whole of Channel 4’s DEAD SET in one night, I have been terrified of zombies and anything to do with that sub-genre. Now it seems that the BBC are releasing another programme for me to avoid, in the form of IN THE FLESH.

The show follows Kieren Walker (Luke Newberry), a former PDS (Partially Deceased Syndrome) sufferer who is rehabilitated and sent back home to live with his family. However, not everyone is happy to see non-zombie Kieren, including certain members of the Human Volunteer Force living in his village.

The trailer doesn’t give anything away, but it certainly is creepy and extremely intense. I think I’ll keep away from this one.

IN THE FLESH will premiere on BBC Three on Sunday 17th March.

Source: YouTube/BBC

Considering Jazmine grew up watching CARRY ON SCREAMING, THE LION KING and JURASSIC PARK on repeat for weeks on end, it made sense for her to study film at London South Bank University. It’s also a good thing that her course requires a lot of sitting down because she’s very accident-prone. When she’s not examining her bruises, she likes pretending that she doesn’t live in Southend-On-Sea and spends hours mindlessly blogging. Favourite films include BLUE VALENTINE, ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND and TOY STORY 2.