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Voodoo Dawn (1990)

R | | Horror | 24 January 1991 (USA)
Group of immigrant Haitian farm workers tries to fight off an evil Haitian voodoo priest who tries to kill them & use their body parts to make up a zombie army.

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(as Jefferey S. Delman), | 2 more credits »
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Claude
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Madame Daslay
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Tina
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Kevin
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Miles
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Tony
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Makoute
Valerie Hines-Williamson ...
Estelle
Georgia Allen ...
Suzanne
John Lawhorn ...
Phillipe
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James
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Louis
Ernestine Mathis ...
Woman
William Gribble ...
Foreman
Jim Wiggins ...
Gas Station Attendant
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Group of immigrant Haitian farm workers tries to fight off an evil Haitian voodoo priest who tries to kill them & use their body parts to make up a zombie army. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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If you thought voodoo was mumbo jumbo, it's time to think again... [video cover]

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Rated R for language, some violence and sexual content | See all certifications »
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Somebody get it straight.
27 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

First off, the DVD cover image above is from the wrong movie. That cover image is from the 1998 film also known as Voodoo Dawn (aka: Fait Accompli) which starred Michael Madsen and Rosanna Arquette. This film was released 8 years prior and in my opinion is a much better movie, although that isn't saying much considering the comparison. It is actually about voodoo/zombies whereas the other is more of a crime melodrama. The 1990 Voodoo Dawn isn't Oscar worthy itself but it does have its cheesy charm. If you are a zombie fan (like me) be prepared for more traditionally created zombies than the Romero shamble-type zombies. This movie also has an early appearance of Tony Todd before he became Candyman.


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