Jerry falls in love with a stripper he meets at a carnival. Little does he know that she is the sister of a gypsy fortune teller whose predictions he had scoffed at earlier. The gypsy turns him into a zombie and he goes on a killing spree.
Ray Dennis Steckler
Ray Dennis Steckler,
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Tony Washington is killed by a gang of rampant trendy teenagers. Molly Mokembe is a voodoo lady who brings him back from the dead to seek revenge on his killers so he can rest in peace. Written by
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Top-billed Adam West does not appear in the 45 first minutes of the film. See more »
When Capt. Tom Churchman gets attacked by a zombie and gets pulled into the hole into the ground by the tombstone, a red light is shining out of the hole and when the zombie and Tom go into the ground you see the outline of the circular lamp that is used to give off the red light as the fog is coming out of the hole. See more »
[after running over and killing Tony]
Hey, what's the matter? You okay? Feeling bad, huh? It's cool, we just killed somebody. No big deal.
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Teenagers run-down a man in their car, a local voodoo woman turns him into a zombie, and said zombie then seeks revenge against the foolish teenagers.
Cheap, 80's style horror cheese falls flat on every level. The story is unoriginal and has no suspense, the chase sequences are laughably awful. The production values are very low-grade. Much of the movie is a show case for some occasionally decent heavy rock music. You know it's all about the music when the bands take opening credit just after the stars.
The cast, which only has Adam West for a known star, is pretty bad. The characters are generally moronic. The only interesting character is Shawn Levy as a big-haired teen thug (who throws noodles at his mom!), but he makes a rather premature exit from the movie.
A lame entry in the 80's teen horror scene, but it's still not as bad as Rick Sloan's Hobgoblins (1987)!
BOMB out of ****
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