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Zipperface (1992)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Dona Adams ...
Lisa Ryder
Bruce Brown ...
Brewster Harris
David Clover ...
Harry Shine
John Dagnen
Rikki Brando ...
Sherry
Jonathan Mandell ...
Michael Walker
Richard Vidan ...
Scalia
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marilyn Adams ...
Hotel Manager
Harold Cannon ...
Brewster Harris
Laureen E. Clair ...
Elizabeth
Christopher Dakin ...
Reverend Dimsdale
Denise Ezell ...
Lana Baker
Mike Ferraro ...
Alvin Russo
Kimberly Hamilton-Mansfield ...
Janet
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Devon McClain
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27 January 1993 (USA)  »

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Zipperface was adapted and parodied as "Zipperface!!?!: The Hobo Musical" by a group of Rutgers University graduates, and performed Off-Broadway in 2009. The play is a satirical rebuke of movie-musicals, and includes such songs as "Scalia Hates Lisa Rider" and "Well, I Killed Another S&M Hooker Tonight" See more »

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Academy award winning performances!
3 December 2004 | by (usa) – See all my reviews

This film takes horror to another level. A truly unique, edge of your seat thrill ride of hellish fear. The character of "Zipperface" is so sickeningly deranged (yet twistedly realistic), there were moments where I had to pause my VCR in order to wretch uncontrollably out of sheer terror. As "Zipperface" descents into a whirlwind of madness, I was almost able to feel his grasp on his own sanity frantically slipping into a maniacal world. Nearly paralyzed by his demonic acts, I watched as he unremorsfully murdered not one, but SEVERAL hookers with a variety of bone chilling devices of torture. The unfortunate whores were only able to scream for a mere moment before their inevitable demise, but those very screams haunted my mind and soul for days. Although I purchased this terrifying film at the dollar store, I feel it was almost worth the money, and would even go as far as saying it could be categorized with such classics as: "Bride of Chucky", "Ninja Cheerleaders", and "Nympho Zombies". Bravo, to the entire cast and crew! I am still anxiously awaiting the sequel!


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