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  (in credits order)
Auggi Alvarez ... Mike Walsh
Chris Harris ... Joey Talbott
Frank Dunlay ... Ralph Walsh
Jerry Angell ... Larry Talbott
Cathy Metz ... Gwen Talbott
Cheryl Metz ... Beth Talbott
T.G. Watkins ... Dave Walsh
Kasey Rausch ... Daria Trumillio (as Kasey Rausche)
Tonia Monahan ... Sherry
Jody Rovick ... Melissa (as Jodie Rovick)
Kyrie King ... Fox
Patricia Manser ... Missy
Jennifer Geigle ... Theresa (as Jennifer Geigel)
Jenny Admire ... Lisa
Julie King ... Stanna
April Davis ... Jessica
Veronica Spicer ... Gina
Julie Amen ... Stone
Jaime Carrier ... Jade
Bill Connolly ... Riggs

Ray C. Merrill ... Connors (as Ray Merrill)
Rusty Davidson ... Gen. Bookwalter
Daniel Fecht ... Sgt. Romero
Marty Cook ... Lt. Fulci
Byron Nichodemus ... Mr. Argento
Valerie Knight ... TV Reporter
Keith Bloss ... Video Customer
Ed McCluskey ... Agent Raimi
Keith Archer ... Reverend Death
Mike Hellman ... Zombie Cop
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Augustine Alvarez ... Mike Walsh

Rick Daniels ... Sgt. Romero (as Daniel Fecht)
Doug Marshall ... Featured Zombie (uncredited)
Harry Rose ... Plant Manager (uncredited)
Todd Sheets ... Zombie in house (uncredited)

Directed by
Todd Sheets 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jerry Angell  story
Todd Sheets  script (as Roger Williams)
Todd Sheets  script
Todd Sheets  story

Produced by
Jerry Angell .... associate producer
Mike Hellman .... associate producer
Scott Jolley .... associate producer
Cathy Metz .... associate producer
Todd Sheets .... producer
Vincent Trumillio .... executive producer
Paul Van Dan Elzen .... associate producer
Original Music by
T.J. Erhardt 
Enochian Key 
Cinematography by
Andrew Appell 
Scott Jolley 
Todd Sheets 
Casting by
Todd Sheets 
Makeup Department
Jerry Angell .... makeup effects crew
Deric Bernier .... makeup effects crew
Bill Canady .... makeup effects crew
Jaime Carrier .... makeup effects crew
Dana Cheney .... makeup effects crew
Jennifer Geigle .... special makeup effects assistant manager
Brett Genereux .... makeup effects crew
Mike Hellman .... special makeup effects consultant
Laura Miller .... makeup effects crew
Todd Sheets .... makeup artist (as Roger Williams)
Paul Van Dan Elzen .... special makeup effects manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jerry Angell .... assistant director
Andrew Appell .... assistant director
Deric Bernier .... second unit director
Scott Jolley .... assistant director
Mark Newlon .... second unit director
Paul Van Dan Elzen .... second unit director
Art Department
Keith Archer .... props
Dana Cheney .... additional props
Cathy Metz .... props
Alan Watkins .... props
Sound Department
Lisa Akins .... sound
Mark Newlon .... sound
Special Effects by
Dana Cheney .... gore effects
Doug Marshall .... special effects assistant
Zack A. Alton .... stunts
Auggi Alvarez .... stunts
Sterling Hammond .... stunts
Bob Meyers .... stunts
Todd Sheets .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Lisa Akins .... lighting technician
Dana Cheney .... assistant camera
Dana Cheney .... gaffer
Dana Cheney .... grip
Dana Cheney .... still photographer
Rusty Davidson .... camera grip
Rusty Davidson .... lighting technician
Brett Genereux .... lighting technician
Laura Miller .... lighting technician
Mark Newlon .... camera grip
Mark Newlon .... lighting designer
Alan Watkins .... grip
Debbie Wentworth .... lighting technician
Casting Department
Dana Cheney .... casting assistant
Cathy Metz .... casting assistant
Tonia Monahan .... casting assistant
Jody Rovick .... casting assistant (as Jodie Rovick)
Other crew
Dana Cheney .... production assistant
Dana Cheney .... script supervisor
Rick Daniels .... zombie wrangler (as Daniel Fecht)
Jennifer Geigle .... slate

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Additional Details

USA:70 min

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Zombie '93: Extreme Ineptitude, 2 November 2009
Author: Tromafreak from Tallahassee, Florida

So, Todd Sheets once stated that he considers his 1993, shot-on-video Z-epic, Zombie Bloodbath to be his first feature film. Anyone who's ever seen a little beauty called Zombie Rampage knows exactly how untrue that statement is. I mean, what makes this one that much more superior? Well, then again, Zombie Rampage doesn't include that mullet guy, now does it?

For one to comprehend exactly why Zombie Bloodbath is actually considered worth a damn, one must remember what the 90's were like for lovers of bad horror. A decade that all but said goodbye to B and Z-cinema as we knew it. Technological advances, awkward trends, and the internet would abolish the mysterious charms of the s.o.v.'s big-boxed golden years. And anything remotely resembling quality schlock was all too self-aware for it's own good, basically defeating the purpose. Luckily, not everyone changes with the times. Enter Zombie Bloodbath.

And I guess this is the part where I explain the same exact premise from 500 other zombie flicks from the last 40 years. Alright, so, Some kind of accident at a nuclear plant infects everyone in sight, turning them into flesh-eating zombies, who go on a rampage, inflicting some of the most gruesome, yet humorous gore-scenes of the 90's. The first 20 minutes are cluttered with the most awkward-sounding conversations you could imagine. Conversations that let you know that this isn't just a low-budget zombie flick, this is a Z-grade disasterpiece, fella. plenty Hysterical, non-existent acting to go around, and that goes triple for Mr. Mullet. That guy is truly the highlight of the night.

The fact that Todd Sheets seriously considers Zombie Bloodbath to be THAT superior to Zombie Rampage, amuses me to no end. I mean really, both are complete jokes, but then again, so is Redneck Zombies, so, obviously Todd Sheets is in the company of awsomeness. By 1993, a movie this bad would no doubt, be a full-blast spoof, but Mr. Sheets stands his ground, giving us some good old fashion schlock, the way it was meant to be, unaware, clueless, and pointless. God bless Todd Sheets. For anyone seeking surprisingly worthwhile 90's B-Horror, Leif Jonker's Darkness should be at the top of your list. As for Zombie Bloodbath, if you're a gorehound who got bored sometime around 1990, then '93 would be the perfect time to pick up. 7/10

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