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Bunks is a 2013 Canadian fantasy horror zombie comedy television film broadcast by Disney XD and produced by Fresh TV. It includes actors Dylan Schmid, Atticus Mitchell, Leigh Truant, Aidan Shipley,[1] and more. It was broadcast on October 27, 2013.[2] It was filmed in Kenora, Ontario. It premiered on Disney XD in the US on June 16, 2014.[3]




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In 1976, a young camper at Camp Whispering Lake tries to find his other campmates but gets frightened and runs off into the woods. He finds an old cabin and attempts to hide from an unseen force. The police later arrive to find them (the campers). However, they have all disappeared.


In the present, brothers Dylan and Dane are being sent to the military camp after previously lighting their house on fire with a rocket they bought with their mother's credit card. During pickup for camps, they manipulate two camp counselors from Camp Bushwhack into taking their place at military camp, and the brothers take their place and go to Camp Bushwhack by posing as Sanjay and Delroy.


Immediately upon arriving at Camp Bushwack, the boys realize they are responsible for a dysfunctional cabin while Dane starts a rivalry with another cabin counselor, Brogan. To get back at Brogan, the brothers and their bunkmates hide Brogan's trophy, "the Nameless Cup," in an old cabin, where they find a creepy old backpack with a book filled with scary stories. However, unknown to them, the cabin is also the same cabin the camper from 1976 hid in.


When the brothers decide to tell the scary stories at a campfire, they find a story in the book about Anson Miner, who was a counselor at Camp Whispering Lake (formerly Camp Bushwack). In the story, Anson drowns, and his friends attempt to save him by taking him to an animal doctor. The doctor succeeds in bringing him back to life, but Anson returns as a brain-eating zombie and kills the doctor. Anson infects everyone, but luckily everyone is cured, but because Anson was undead for so long, the antidote does not work on him. The next day, Dylan noticed strange occurrences happening in camp- a counselor girl (who Dylan likes) named Lauren grew a mustache (like one of the stories he and Dane told), and he spots Anson in the woods.


Dylan goes to ask the camp manager, Crawl, about the no-telling-scary-stories rule at camp. Crawl reveals something strange happened a while back when Camp Bushwack was Camp Whispering Lake, where all the campers disappeared without a trace, so they made a policy to tell no scary stories (it is a high chance that the book was most likely responsible). After learning this, Dylan attempts to warn everyone at the campfire, but nobody listens to him. On a hike, Dane does not believe Dylan as well when he warns him and the campers but quickly believes after being attacked by Anson.


Dane, Dylan, and the rest of their cabin discover that the scary stories begin to come true, and they try to go to the animal hospital to hide from Anson. They give Anson a remote-controlled collar, which does not turn him back into a human but helps him recover his old personality before becoming a zombie. Despite Anson's cool persona, Dylan decides to keep him in the hospital so he does not hurt any of the campers at Camp Bushwack. Meanwhile, Brogan tries to find the Nameless Cup by looking in the hospital but encounters Anson and breaks the remote, which quickly reverts Anson back to his zombie ways.


When the brothers and the campers return to camp, Anson and Brogan (bitten by Anson) attack them. The boys drive off the zombies while Dylan goes to search for any remaining campers, but Dane reveals he got scratched during the battle. After finding Lauren, Dylan and Dane send two campers- Genius Bar and Grinsberg- back to the hospital to find the antidote. They succeed, and the real Sanjay and Delroy (who escaped from the boot camp) join in.


Using the antidote Genius Bar made, the brothers cure all of the zombie-turned campers. Dane turns into one of the zombies but is quickly cured. Everyone celebrates by doing a Hawaiian party, and the brothers burn the book. However, unknown to them, one of the counselors- Alice- read all the stories aloud in the book by accident, including one about a shark in the lake, which may indicate that the campers may fall victim to it in the future.


Summer camps are supposed teach skills like playing music like B.J. Leiderman, who writes our theme music. There's a camp in suburban Denver that teaches youngsters traditional skills like fire making and shelter building and, as Luke Runyon from member station KUNC reports, how to avoid having your brain eaten.


KRISTEN ALLEN: The zombie is attractive to youth right now. It gives them a reason to be stoked the first minute they come in of, like, when are we going to see the zombies. Like, when are we going to fight?


RUNYON: Even though you can see the Rocky Mountains from Aurora, a lot of these kids are city kids. They're not camping every weekend. Throughout this week, they learn fire building, knot tying and self-defense, you know, to fight off zombies. Byron Fanning's two sons are here for the second summer.


BYRON FANNING: They'll be doing a nature walk. And they'll talk about, well, when the zombie apocalypse happens, and you can't go home anymore, here's what you need to eat to survive. And it keeps the kids interested. And it keeps it fun.


RUNYON: Back at the zombie apocalypse, the water gun fight wraps up. The kids say the self-defense lesson was the most helpful in evading the zombies. But camp director Lindsey Pesek has one final lesson.


Zombie survival camps and training have become increasingly popular as people prepare for the potential zombie apocalypse. The purpose of this article is to provide a comprehensive overview of zombie survival camps and training, including what they are, why they are important, and where to find them.


Define what zombie survival camps are Provide examples of zombie survival camps around the world Discuss the benefits of attending a zombie survival camp Include links to sources for more information Interesting facts about zombie survival camps


Zombie survival camps are immersive experiences where participants learn survival skills in a simulated zombie apocalypse. These camps are located around the world, including in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Benefits of attending a zombie survival camp include learning valuable survival skills, meeting like-minded individuals, and having fun in a unique and thrilling environment.


Explain what zombie survival training/courses are Discuss the importance of zombie survival training Provide examples of zombie survival courses Include links to sources for more information Interesting facts about zombie survival training


Zombie survival training and courses are designed to teach participants valuable skills for surviving in a zombie apocalypse or other disaster scenarios. These courses are often offered by organizations such as the Red Cross or local survivalist groups. Examples of zombie survival courses include first aid training, wilderness survival, and weapons training.


Define what zombie apocalypse survival is Discuss the importance of preparing for a zombie apocalypse Provide examples of zombie apocalypse survival camps and training Include links to sources for more information Interesting facts about zombie apocalypse survival


Preparing for a zombie apocalypse involves much more than attending a survival camp or taking a course. It requires stockpiling supplies, creating a survival plan, and being ready to defend yourself against zombies or other threats. Examples of zombie apocalypse survival camps and training include Bug Out Camp and The Zombie Survival Camp.


Zombie camping involves camping in a simulated zombie apocalypse environment, often with other zombie enthusiasts. Zombie camps are similar to zombie survival camps, but with a focus on camping and outdoor activities. Examples of zombie camps include Zombie Survival Campout and the Zombie Survival Experience.


Discuss the importance of staying informed about zombie survival Provide examples of zombie survival blogs, schools, and classes Include links to sources for more information Interesting facts about zombie survival blogs/schools/classes


Staying informed about zombie survival is an important part of being prepared for a zombie apocalypse. Zombie survival blogs, schools, and classes provide valuable information and resources for individuals who are interested in learning more about zombie survival. Examples of zombie survival blogs include the Zombie Research Society and The Walking Dead Fan Club. Zombie survival schools and classes include The Wilderness Survival School and The Zombie Combat Command.


If your child requires any prescription medications during the time he/she is at the camp, please download this form and print it, fill in the required information, fax it over to 214-530-5979 and bring it with the child on the first day of camp.


Rylee Kirkpatrick, 13, left, and Nicholas Nash, 11, sit in a cardboard fort Thursday afternoon awaiting a zombie war as part of the Citrus County Parks and Recreation Zombie Camp. While no zombies showed up Thursday, the two boys and other campers used Nerf guns to combat one another in good fun from their makeshift forts.


From Monday to Thursday, the Nelsons and 20 other campers studied under the best survival and emergency experts in the county during Zombie Camp, a spring break event hosted by Citrus County Parks and Recreation.


Opposing team member Douglas Edmonds said his squad had the best strategy for a base, which was wrapped around a tree for extra shade and reinforcement, and had cut-out holes to give campers an unexposed place to shoot from. 041b061a72


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