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Writer:
James Cummins (written by)
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Plot:
Children turned into zombies wreak havoc in a coroner's building with just a burned-out psychic, an experienced cop and two coroners to stop the madness. | Add synopsis »
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Rest in Peace: Phyllis Diller
 (From Dread Central. 20 August 2012, 3:41 PM, PDT)

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Cast

  (in credits order)

Ed Nelson ... Jersey Callum
Deborah Rose ... Alley Oates

Norman Fell ... Shepard
James Eustermann ... Gordon Mullen
Denise Young ... Dana
Willie Stratford Jr. ... Marty

Phyllis Diller ... Miss Poopinplatz
Robert Yun Ju Ahn ... Chen
Rick Brophy ... Mac
Sallie Middleton Kaltreider ... Little Ghoul / Dead Girl
Janice Dever ... Medium Ghoul
Cindy Dollar-Smith ... Big Ghoul
Michael Haun ... Floofsoms and Poopinplatz Ghouls
Brian Ahn ... Dead Child #2
Jessica Lasher ... Dead Child #3
Boo Sook Ahn ... Oriental Mother
Edward Mau-Tung Sun ... Oriental Father
Christopher Finch ... Sorcerer
Binny ... Floofsoms
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Martin Thompson ... Police Interrogator (uncredited)

Directed by
James Cummins 
 
Writing credits
James Cummins (written by)

Produced by
Richard F. Brophy .... producer
Jeffrey Sanfilippo .... executive producer
Phil Smoot .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
John Lee Whitener 
 
Cinematography by
Irl Dixon (director of photography)
 
Art Direction by
Carl 'Chip' Anderson 
 
Makeup Department
John R. Bayless .... key makeup artist (as John Bayless)
Andy Clement .... special makeup effects artist
Bill Corso .... makeup supervisor
Rita Parillo .... assistant hair stylist
 
Production Management
Phil Smoot .... production manager (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mike Allen .... first assistant director
Karen F. Hoyson .... second assistant director (as Karen Hoyson)
Heather Macadam .... second assistant director
Stephanie P. O'Brien .... second second assistant director
Phil Smoot .... assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Richard Whitney .... scenic artist
 
Sound Department
Sherwood Jones .... boom operator
Sid Williams .... sound recordist
 
Special Effects by
Ray Bivins .... special effects coordinator
James Cummins .... concept designer
Tom Williamson .... animatronics
 
Stunts
Jeffrey Lynn Davis .... stunt double
Jimmy Lynn Davis .... stunt coordinator
Cress Horne .... stunt double
 
Casting Department
Carol Haun .... location casting
 
Music Department
Teddy 'Zigzag' Andreadis .... musician: keyboards (as Ted Andreadis)
Frankie Charboneaux .... musician: bass
Douglas M. Lackey .... music editor (as Doug Lackey)
Mark Leggett .... musician: guitar
Gary McInnis .... musician: guitar
Katherine Anne Porter .... music supervisor
Mike Seifrit .... musician: drums
John Lee Whitener .... conductor
 
Other crew
Elizabeth A. Gray .... production executive
Kevin King .... production accountant
Beth Schlosser .... script supervisor
Cynthia Stegner .... assistant to producer
Tom Williamson .... puppeteer
 
Thanks
Bob .... special thanks: J.C. Steel Company, Statesville
Tammy Brooks .... thanks
Dan Brower .... thanks
Steve Burg .... thanks (as Stephen Burg)
John Carroll .... thanks
Roger Cherry .... thanks
Tracy Cherry .... thanks
Julie Clinard .... thanks
John Cones .... thanks
Anni Cummins .... thanks
James Cummins .... thanks
Jim Daniels .... thanks
Susan Daniels .... thanks
Richard Elkerton .... thanks
Ann Garchinsky .... thanks
George .... special thanks: J.C. Steel Company, Statesville
Henry J. Golas .... thanks (as Henry Golas)
Danny Hearn .... special thanks: The Statesville Chamber of Commerce
Tina Heinz .... thanks
Bobbi Heller .... thanks
Doug Heller .... thanks
Marie Hoy .... thanks
Anne Karacic .... thanks
Graham King .... thanks
Hayley King .... thanks
Valerie King .... thanks
Merle Lahti .... thanks
George Martin .... thanks
Barbara Myers .... thanks
Robert Proskin .... thanks
Bob Reno .... thanks
Jasper Sanfilippo .... thanks
Jim Sanfilippo .... thanks
John Sanfilippo .... thanks
Marian Sanfilippo .... thanks
Rosalie Sanfilippo .... thanks
Chuck Taylor .... thanks
Mary Valentine .... thanks
Mat Valentine .... thanks
Lauren Vogt .... thanks
Linda L. Wehbi .... thanks (as Linda Wehbi)
Diane DeLouise Wessel .... thanks
Teri Whitener .... thanks
Becky Williams .... special thanks: The Asheville Chamber of Commerce
Donna Williams .... thanks
 

Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial Effects
  • Backwood Film Effects (special makeup effects created by) (as Backwood Film Effects, Asheville, North Carolina)
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MPAA:
Rated R for zombie violence.
Runtime:
98 min
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Trivia:
The filming of the movie began with the wedding scene between Gordon and Dana that was to become the end of the feature. That scene was never used in the finished film.See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in Wake Up (2014/VI)See more »
Soundtrack:
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9 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
If you like B horrors, this is classic., 5 August 2004
Author: jamison_hult4646 from NASHUA, NH

You gotta love this flick. I found this movie on the "under 10 bucks" shelf at my local Suncoast Video. Just seeing the cover with the Evil demonic looking poodle was enough to claim it, after all I am one of many who love these types of movies. I mean, c'mon.....Phyllis Diller, Norman Fell!!?? , teaming up with a bunch of no names actors in a small town, in some rinky dink morgue, fighting undead children and event- ually a giant, insane, demonic pooch? This is f***ing great! It just does'nt get any better than this in the B movie world folks! This is Grade A, b horror material. So typical, I mean who would ever THINK we would see Phillis Diller and Mr. Roper together in this cheesefest? One time popular actors resorting to making low budget horror at at the end of there dwindiling careers...again, SO TYPICAL.The movie was good, remedial acting, good make up and special effects, and at some points, really creepy (those freaky zombie kids). The plot was absoloutly rid- iculous as well. All together GOOD GORE, GOOD FUN, GOOD FLICK. A must see for B horror buffs!

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