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Zombie! vs. Mardi Gras (1999)

Video  -  Horror  -  9 September 1999 (USA)
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Putrid Awful And Classic
16 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Karl, Will & Mike set out to make an awful film and they succeeded. I know all about it because I was there in New Orleans when they filmed it. Part was shot in my building. I know them all (I regret saying.) Mike had experience doing other films, and even won a couple festival prizes, and should have known better. But he was carried along with the mammary shots. That was no Zombie. That was the real Karl! Bewarte! He may still be prowling the streets of N.O. And Will just likes breasts...the bigger the better. They intentionally set out to outdo Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes and they did. The only other film made in New Orleans that can top Zombie is one made in the 70s called OKRAH. It is the story of a giant Okrah plant that comes down from the stars to conquer Earth, meets the tomato of his dreams and winds up in the gumbo. Amateurish? Of course. It was done as an exercise in poor taste. Not quite a John Waters approach, but trying. They all had a ball shooting it. You will be revolted in viewing it. It is probably one of Gene Shallit's little known favorites. He would give it three black holes.

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