Deep within the jungles of Central America, lost amid the crumbling Maya ruins, lies an ancient secret so strange, so horrible, that only one civilization would be dumb enough to release it ... Ours.

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Eshe Mercer-James ...
Jane
Etan Muskat ...
Stan
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Barry (as Ronny Varno)
Erica Danya Goldblatt ...
Lea (as Erica Goldblatt)
Clayton Hayes ...
Professor Fitzner
Dan Zabbal ...
Erno
John King ...
Doctor Brell
Justin Fraterman ...
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Matt Lyon ...
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Anna Silverstein ...
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Alden Skidd ...
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Claude Bélanger ...
Laura Howard ...
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Michael Pendergast ...
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Jay Shuster ...
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Worm-like parasites infest the dead, returning them to gruesome half-life as rotting, bloodthirsty zombies. Freed from their jungle hell by a secret research expedition, the creatures soon find their way to modern civilization where they begin their deadly mission to transform the human race into an unstoppable army of the undead. Will the succeed in their gory quest? Will the human race be completely wiped out? Can anyone survive the blood-soaked onslaught of the FLESH FREAKS? Written by Conall Pendergast

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Released from their jungle hell, they come for the flesh of the living!


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15 January 2001 (Canada)  »

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The nail gun that Jane uses is an air staple gun that needs an air compressor to work. She uses it on its own with no air, plus she aims the end that is usually connected to the air line. See more »

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Barry: Out in the jungle, almost lost, was an ancient well, its purpose long forgotten.
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Canadians should stick to werewolf films if anything
26 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A couple of anthropologists talk endlessly about whether one saw a zombie or a terrorist while the most fake 'zombie" ever kills people in mundane ways. LOW budget home-made zombie film that doesn't do anything right, the acting's atrocious. The plot horrid. The camera work terrible. and no suspense. All this adds up to one of the worst ways you can spend an hour and a half. I feel dumber just having watched this moronic trash. Only serious maschocists need apply. Don't say I haven't warned you.

My Grade: F

DVD Extras: Director's commentary; Outtakes; 2 short films (Flicker and Satan's Psycho Ghoul); Preview Trailer; and Trailer for "Kill them and eat them"


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