For their first summer vacation night quest, a group of five male and female students of Kikuka University's Occult Research Club snuck out at midnight to search for the hidden money of Tokugawa. The so-called treasure was purportedly located at the school's database room. No hidden money was found, but rather, two well preserved female mummies. Sayaka Kamoshida, who forced her friends to get into the database room, secretly stole a mysterious jewel called "life stone" that was inside the mummy. With no treasure found, the students left the room. However, the mummies returned to life after the jewel was stolen.
Euphrosyne Studion, previously the daughter of a Baron who became immortal by magic and later a mummy due to an unexpected incident, and Alma V, a homunculus-turned-mummy that was made as her maid, attack the Occult Research Club members in order to get the life stone back. Will the members live? Why are they desperate to get the life stone back? A bloody disaster hits the student dorm at midnight.
Director: Hideaki Iwami (Top wo Nerae! Gunbuster in-between animation)
Script: Kenichi Kanemaki (Jigoku Shoujo)
Character Setting, Chief Animation Director: Junichi Takaoka (Shigurui assistant chief animation director)
Animation Director: Takeshi Kusaka (Gantz key animation), Yuuji Hosogoe (Youjo Senki chief animation director), Norimoto Tokura (Mousou Dairinin key animation)
Art Setting: Masayo Kobayashi (Strawberry Panic background art)
Color Setting: Miyuki Mizumaki (Shiki)
Art Supervision: Ayumi Sugimoto (Special A art director)
Art Director: Shin Watanabe (Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom background art)
Digital Graphics: Gen Uekura (Nyanpire The Animation color design)
Photography, Editing: Stingray
Music: Kow Otani (Another)
Sound Director, Sound Mixing: Akira Noguchi (Kuroshitsuji: Book of Circus)
Sound Designer: Yasuyuki Konno (Re-Kan!)
Animation Producer: Tsutomu Kojima (Druaga no Tou: The Aegis of Uruk)
Producer: Katsuya Iwamoto
Studio: Gonzo, Stingray
Note: The trailer is also available with English subtitles.
A talk show commemorating the anime's digital release will be held at the Shochiku booth in Nico Nico Super Conference on April 28 featuring Ryoko Shiraishi and Yurika Kubo as guests.
Aru Zombie Shoujo no Sainan was initially published in tankobon format in September 2007. Kadokawa later published the novel with illustrations by Hagane in two separate volumes in June 2012. The Aru Zombie Shoujo no Nyuugaku sequel was published in two volumes in November of the same year.