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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 »
You mean there's an alien life force created by the devil?
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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 »
This film...as interesting as it was, had nothing more to show but a 2 hour long episode of SOUTH PARK. The gratuitous language, the nonsence with all situations involving nudity, fast paced action sequences where zombies vomit all over the cops, and the cops...being typical airheads whom rape and kill innocent civillians, then go off to lunch! It was amusing to an extent, and SLEEPAWAY CAMP's Felissa Rose was quite good, but the whole story in general...it is just more sane to see an old 50's B-movie instead.
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