Set in England, a man and his servant unwittingly release a zombie-producing toxin into the countryside. A roller coaster of mishaps and adventures ensue, ultimately resulting in a fantastic showdown between good and evil.

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Thomas J. Moose
Adrian Ottiwell
Lee Simpson
Robert Taylor
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Set in England, a man and his servant unwittingly release a zombie-producing toxin into the countryside. A roller coaster of mishaps and adventures ensue, ultimately resulting in a fantastic showdown between good and evil.

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It's Monty Python meets Dawn of the Dead!

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Comedy | Horror

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1996 (UK)  »

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Zombie Brew  »

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€200 (estimated)
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Tom J. Moose and his filmmaking buddies Adrian Ottiwell and Rob Taylor got the idea for making Zombie Toxin back in 1992. At the time, Thomas was brewing a batch of his home-made sweet white wine. Thomas claims that before they even started production, they had planned to put some absolutely disgusting content in their movie that will cause "side-splitting laughter". See more »

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Complete trash by anyone's standard (1 out of 10)
1 October 2003 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

A dead horse infects two men with a disease that turns them in to overacting, poorly made up zombies. As they carry on defecating and vomiting on each other they contaminate a field of yeast (?), giving two Nazi-wannabes the idea of buying the infected field, selling the yeast in home wine-brewing kits and destroying the rest of humanity by spreading the infection. A man buys a kit and makes the wine and, in yet another act of creative genius by the writer, the bottles get up on their own and start attacking people. I'm usually pretty forgiving when it comes to movies that are clearly made by amateurs that are working with extremely low budgets, but this is probably the most juvenile, unimaginative, and pointless piece of garbage that I've ever seen make it on to commercially produced video tapes. And if the terrible acting, zero budget and non-existent plot didn't make this bad enough, writer/director Thomas Moose seems to have a sick obsession with defecation and vomiting, which leads to some of the most excessive and needlessly disgusting scenes I've ever watched. 1 out of 10, if director Moose has any talent he's done a pretty thorough job of making sure it didn't show itself here, all he does is provide proof that some people should stay away from camcorders as well as sharp objects.


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