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Zombie! vs. Mardi Gras (1999)

A young occultist summons a zombie via a Sumerian ritual to seek revenge on the Mardi Gras revelers who left him brutalized and crippled.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Matt James ...
Crippled McGuffin
Hanz Dalken ...
Trampled Boy McGuffin
Lorelei Fuller ...
Inanna, Evil Go-Go Dancer
Jason Deas ...
Ninja
John Sinclair ...
Radio DJ
Keith Bien ...
Galileo
Roy L. Jackson Jr. ...
Bureaucratic Angel (as Roy 'Rusty' Jackson)
Jerry Morris ...
Cajun Chef
Severed Hand ...
Himself
Karl DeMolay ...
Zombie!
Richard Barron ...
Alien 1
Geno Napoli ...
Alien 2
Dale Ashmun ...
Himself
Ted E. Bear ...
Himself
Jeanette Hauser ...
Natalie Asparagus
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A young occultist summons a zombie via a Sumerian ritual to seek revenge on the Mardi Gras revelers who left him brutalized and crippled.

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Horror

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9 September 1999 (USA)  »

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$5,000 (estimated)
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Yea!
12 June 2000 | by (Cranston, RI) – See all my reviews

What a movie! What magic! I have never seen anything like this wonderful gem. Zombies. Gore. Nudity. Goofiness. Silliness. Funniness. Baddness. All of these things can be found in the classic B-movie known as Zombie! vs Mardi Gras. The plot is confusing, and I had to watch it twice before I knew exactly what was going on, and even now, the ending still has me a bit lost. The confusing plot is just part of the fun. The whole movie is like a zombie lover on an acid trip. The gore is so fake its funny. The humor is delightfuly bizarre. The zombie rock. This is an instant favorite movie to any guy who likes zombie or B-movies. See it! My rating, 10/10.


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