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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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I like this movie.
17 July 2000 | by (New Orleans) – See all my reviews

First and foremost, this is a great, successful attempt for an independent movie with a limited budget. That being said, there are a number of personal reasons for my enjoying Zombie. One is that most scenes were shot in recognizable locations about New Orleans. Another would be the fact that I know some of the cast, crew, and production staff members personally. The plot is a rather simple one to follow, if you pay attention occasionally. I do stress occasionally, because the movie will take on an eye candy-ish quality at times. The visual effects and camera work skew us sideways, where we must remember the setting of the movie, and step a little to the left of normal movie reality and enjoy the screen and what we see. If you are in the mood for what people can create without a corporation behind them, get a copy and show all your friends. If you are in the mood for a Hollywood Action FLIK, get a copy of Zombie Vs. Mardi Gras anyway, because you should have at least one movie of it's caliber in your collection.


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