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Executive producer Andrew J. Rausch, who is also an author of books about film, had previously interviewed a number of directors who appear in this film for a book of interviews with film directors. These filmmakers are Lloyd Kaufman, J.R. Bookwalter, Jeff Burr, and Tom Savini. Two other directors whom Rausch had interviewed for the book - Oscar winner Roger Avary and Scott Spiegel - were also at one time slated to appear in voice cameos in the film but were ultimately unable to. See more »
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WARNING: Uwe Boll and the Retard Doctors across the world would like to warn you not to watch the following film. This movie is a disgrace to all mankind for not slowly building suspense, having a bunch of people in just one location for an hour and a half and, most of all, for having no budget. The makers of this film should be shot in the testes. See more »
Zombiegeddon starts with German director Uwe Boll telling the audience that this movie is "crap" "unwatchable" and its "not worth a dollar". Funny introduction for a movie? No, just the truth. Zombiegeddon is pure chloroform. If you suffer from insomnia this will put you to sleep in minutes. All those b-movie "stars" cameos are just pathetic and the blood and gore here is bottom of the barrel. I love gore movies, zombie movies and no budget movies. I even love bad gore fx, but funny bad effects. There is a scene were a priest talks for straight ten minutes, thats a good method to sleep the audience. Not worth, Zombiegeddon is unwatchable. Watch Redneck Zombies if you want a no budget zombie movie distributed by Troma, not this one.
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