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Night of the Living Babes (1987)

| Comedy, Horror
Two guys trying to find a brothel come across a group of beautiful female zombies.

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(as Veronica Cinq-Mars)
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Sue (as Michelle McClellan)
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Chuck (as Andrew Nichols)
Louie Bonanno ...
Buck
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Forrest Witt ...
Madame Mondo
Cynthia Glegg ...
Igor (as Cynthia Clegg)
Terri Lynn Peake ...
Vesuvia (as Terri Peake)
Ashley Elstead ...
Zombie Girl (Pink Wig) (as Mondo Zombie Girls)
Violet Lickness ...
Zombie Girl (Blue Wig) (as Mondo Zombie Girls)
Lisa Devine ...
Zombie Girl (Green Wig) (as Mondo Zombie Girls)
Blondi ...
Zombie Girl (Purple Wig) (as Mondo Zombie Girls)
Anthony R. Lovett ...
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Chuck and Buck are your basic yuppie-types. A house in the suburbs, 2 BMW's in the driveway and a desire for something more. Namely, an adventure at Madame Mondo's Fantasy Palace - the wildest, weirdest whorehouse this side of "The Night of the Living Dead". The boys have no idea what they are in for. Madame Mondo has been recruiting her girls in a most unusual fashion. An awesome ray gun turns "real man" into sex-crazed zombie nymphos ready to do anything for the madame. But for Chuck and Duck, it is not a part of the American dream. In fact, the evening turns into a nightmarish disaster with hilarious results. Written by VHS Box

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29 July 2002 | by (denver) – See all my reviews

What can I really say about this? It's a cheap, obscure film that runs for about an hour. I guess the makers were aiming for a John Waters type atmosphere.

In spite of its flaws, I kind of enjoyed this-though do understand that I live for obscure, unknown curios. I can't think of an audience to recommend this to. Definitely the type of film where mainstream viewers would feel stupid or ashamed for having watched it! Too bad that once the film started to get interesting it fizzled out.

And now I bring this vague, unhelpful review to a close.


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