What do you do when people start coming back to life on the weekend of your 16th birthday and it's all your fault?
On the night of his 16th birthday Duke Johnson and his friends go out joyriding near the local cemetery. After a friend's horrific rape, Mason -the school bully- is killed in an accident.
Duke, Fannie Mae, and Barrett, go home to the Rosie Acres Trailer Park and desperately try to figure out how to keep themselves out of trouble. This could wreck any chance for a future and ruin their hopes of getting out of the trailer park.
What they don't realize is that Mason has come back from the dead and he hungers for flesh. And revenge. Mostly flesh.
The trailer park is cut off from the world and over the course of the rest of that fateful weekend the inhabitants try to fend off the ravenous zombies. Most are eaten, then killed, then rise back up.
But tensions are high in Rosie Acres. Personalities clash and then the ultimate question is asked; which is worse: the people or the zombies?
By the end of the weekend, Duke faces horrific realizations of his own and his story of love, life, death and undeath in the trailer park will be the key to everything.