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  (in credits order)
Dave Miller ... Jimmy
Kathleen McSweeney ... Donna
Gena Fischer ... Sarah
Nick Stodden ... Bart
Jody Rovick ... Jodie
Becky Stodden ... Cari
Rebecca Rose ... Becky
Lisa Metz ... Jenni
Byron Nichodemus ... Slade
Rod Will ... Rex
Mark Glover ... Billy
Harry Rose ... Connor
Jennifer Geigle ... Midnight (as Jennifer Geigel)
P.J. Parker ... Tracy
Jerry Angell ... Joe Bob
Matthew Jason Walsh ... Shiner (as Matt Walsh)
Steve Wilcox ... Zeke
Cathy Metz ... Warden Wanda (as Kathy Metz)
Ray Ettinger ... Charles Grump
Nancy Anthony ... Pearl Gump
Richard Mock ... Radio Announcer
Jeff Sisson ... Dead Dad
Julie King ... Dead Mom
Dwen Doggett ... Goon
Pat Stodden ... Buford
Carol Barta ... Holly
Dan Miller ... Abaddon
Dennis Douda ... Himself
Paul Fredrocks ... Himself
Paul Van Dan Elzen ... Scarecrow
Valerie Knight ... Herself

Directed by
Todd Sheets 
Writing credits
Todd Sheets (story)

Todd Sheets (screenplay) and
Dwen Doggett (screenplay)

Produced by
Greg Petrak .... executive producer
Original Music by
Enochian Key 
Todd Sheets 
Matthew Jason Walsh 
Casting by
Dwen Doggett 
Todd Sheets 
Production Design by
Roger Williams 
Set Decoration by
Kay Young 
Makeup Department
Jeff Sisson .... special makeup effects artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dwen Doggett .... assistant director
Cari Tornatta .... assistant director
Art Department
Julie King .... props
Cathy Metz .... props (as Kathy Metz)
Lisa Parrack .... props
Kay Young .... props
Sound Department
Dwen Doggett .... foley artist
Jerry Panza .... sound designer
Todd Sheets .... foley artist
Special Effects by
Dana Cheney .... gore effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Jerry Catt .... gaffer
Jerry Catt .... lighting designer
Dana Cheney .... still photographer
Mark Newlon .... lighting designer
Kellie Thompson .... set photographer
Casting Department
Carol Barta .... casting assistant
Cathy Metz .... casting assistant (as Kathy Metz)
Greg Petrak .... casting assistant
Cari Tornatta .... casting assistant
Other crew
Dana Cheney .... production assistant
Dana Cheney .... script supervisor
Julie King .... continuity
Lisa Parrack .... secretary

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Also Known As:
"Zombie Bloodbath 2: Rage of the Undead" - USA (video box title)
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98 min

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Todd Sheets upping the ante in a quality sequel, 28 November 2011
Author: Bloodwank from United Kingdom

As any sequel worth its salt should, Zombie Bloodbath 2 knocks things up a few notches. Longer runtime by 20 minutes, more plot and a considerable added dollop of human depravity to the mix, it all comes together to make for a solidly watchable rock bottom trash opus. Interestingly it seems to take place in a different continuum to the first film, making it less a sequel than a different vision. This time around the zombies have demonic inspiration, they rise as the result of blood spilled upon unholy ground. Three slimy escaped convicts hole up with various hostages in a farmhouse whilst at the same time two even slimier crooks terrorise the staff of an all night gas station, events build and build until both parties must face an onslaught of gut hungry zombies. Its a good decision to take the focus away from the zombies for a good portion of the films length, it means instead of repetitive intestine chewing from near the outset there's actually some vague sense of character and even suspense. Well actually there isn't much sense of character or suspense, but some of the events are surprising/interesting, the dialogue is often fun (read hysterical) and one or two actors really bring their A (read Z, but in the best possible way) game. The trumps are definitely awesomely mulleted Jerry Angel and Matthew Jason Walsh as the two truly nasty crims, all nervous energy, wild expressions and continual jabbering taunts, they give a great charge to their scenes. Harry Rose carries himself with a decent gruff authority as a US Marshall as well, while the rest of the cast do their best, all generally enthusiastic enough to please. The zombies in this one are pretty variable, at first they appear made up with even less care than the original but as the film goes on they do improve with some OK gory wounds. I wasn't too convinced by the first attacking wave being decked out in things like a UCLA hoodie or Lakers gear though, didn't really support the idea of their being menacing long undead fiends. Gore is about what one would expect, lots of entrails, lots of red gloop, a few shootings, stabbings etc and some entertaining spectacle in the finale (definitely one of the high points of the trilogy). It was spoilt at times by use of black and white, slow motion, out of focus shots and crudely edited Satanic imagery though, a no frills approach would have been much better. Pretty standard blaring generic death metal on the soundtrack, mediocre but bringing the right sort of mood. I can't exactly say that this is a good film on the whole, but its a good ride for what it is. If you like micro-budget, pretty much amateur splatter trash then its definitely worth a watch, if you don't its definitely one to avoid. 7/10 from me as I like this sort of thing

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