Investigators search for soldiers' missing bodies, and hear unbelievable rumors about zombies. Dismissing those rumors they set out to investigate. After two men are found dead, CIA ...
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Sardu, master of the Theatre of the Macabre, and his assistant Ralphus run a show in which, under the guise of 'magic', they torture and murder people in front of their audience. But what the punters see as a trick is actually real.
Investigators search for soldiers' missing bodies, and hear unbelievable rumors about zombies. Dismissing those rumors they set out to investigate. After two men are found dead, CIA special-agent Nick Monroe is sent to flush out what are suspected to be deserters from the old U.S. Army Chemical Corps unit. Nick's ruthless investigation uncovers a ghoulish plot of world domination, but first he must escape the horror that does not want to be known... yet! Written by
Chris Mayo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The box says Night of the Zombies but the opening titles say Night of the Zombies 2. I'll call it Part 2 and call it a bad Part 2 at that. If you're watching a zombie movie about Nazi's, it's bound to be bad. Zombie Lake, Bloodsucking Nazi Zombies, they're all terrible. This one is a real snoozer complete with stock footage of the Pentagon and laughing zombies. The funniest thing though is the props: radiation detector (hair dryer) and foam sprayer (jet pack from a 50's sci-fi flick). The twist ending is not bad, but most people will quit watching after the first ten minutes. I know I wanted to. Even the most hardcore zombie fans will get no enjoyment out of this movie.
"We zombies are destined to rule the universe."
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