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Zombie Beach Party (2003)

Ulysses, a professional wrestler, is going to watch another fight in which a wrestler is up against a horde of zombies... See full synopsis »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Jules Delorme ...
Jennifer Thom ...
Raymond Carle ...
Blue Saint
Rob 'El Fuego' Etcheverria ...
Tiki (as Rob Etcheverria)
Sean K. Robb ...
Mister X
Sinn Bodhi ...
Zombie King / Original Saint (as Nicholas Sinn)
Murdelizer (as Jason Bareford)
Jim Neidhart ...
Sheriff Logan (as Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhardt)
Jennifer Deschamps ...
French Vixen
Spilios Kapoglis ...
Deputy Mo
Fuchsia ...
Geoff Ewart ...
Sarah Murr ...
Contessa Oblivian ...
Taylor Flook ...
Chained Blonde


Ulysses, a professional wrestler, is going to watch another fight in which a wrestler is up against a horde of zombies... See full synopsis »

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Release Date:

23 November 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Enter... Zombie King!  »

Box Office


$220,000 (estimated)

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Did You Know?


George A. Romero was originally cast as the "Zombie King", but had to cancel due to scheduling difficulties See more »


Spoofed in Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies (2014) See more »

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No more luchador infested zombie movies, PLEASE! Por el amor de dios.
1 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Enter…Plaga Zombie 1.5' could be an alternate title since it could almost be a missing higher no-budgeted spin-off from that series. Actually, the 2nd Plaga Zombie movie was better than this. Ugh…will someone please stop this sub-genre! Did people learn nothing from the Santo film series? I'm sure there will be some people who love luchadores and may find camp humor here to enjoy, but it's a bad film that acts like its based off a non-existent comic book. I'm tired of watching luchador fanboys fawn over wrestlers in low budget zombie films; it gives me flashbacks to that John West theme song… (Zombie completionists will know what I'm talking about).

Ulysses, the 'hero' of the film drives around in his car continuously spouting 'I'm in my freshman year of college' philosophy quotes to the audience in an attempt to lull us into sleep, which he hopes we will awaken from having dreamt that this was a good film. Another reviewer tried to compare it to Bruce Campbell's narration in Don Coscarelli's "Bubba Ho-Tep", but there's a bit of a difference in that Ho-Tep was a brilliant film and this is cheesy garbage. Then there's Tiki and his wrestling zombies, which may or may not have killed some local civilians. There are several other wrestlers including bad guys, but you probably won't care.

Being a luchador film, we get to see these idiots running around with their masks constantly on (as is the luchador fashion rage) in an attempt to save on film-making down time due to hair and makeup crew and to save the 'actors' from having to actually emote. I wasn't sure if the acting was bad and the dialogue delivery was stilted intentionally to reinforce the cheese factor or if that was a lack of ability on the part of those cast in the roles. Looking through the credits, several of the cast members names seemed to be aliases, making me wonder if they didn't want anyone to know that they were in this film.

There were some nods to other horror films and filmmakers including: Ulysses at one point holds onto a book entitled 'Zombies: An Authoritative Study – Collected Edition compiled by Dr. G. Andrew Romero and Dr. Clifford Ruttle'. There's also a dialogue reference to Tod Browning's "Freaks" (take a wild guess what 3 word phrase a crowd shouts repeatedly).

THE PLOT: To bore me to death and cure insomnia once and for all… (wait, that was the filmmakers plot). The film's plot is: Our fearless wrestling heroes have to stop a plot involving genetically engineered zombies and a zombie breeding scheme involving human incubators in Zombie King and friends' bid to take over the world -- all while running around looking like bargain basement trick-or-treaters.

MAKEUP: basic low-budget zombie makeup with decent low-budget gore fx.

FEASTING: Yeah kinda DE-ANIMATION METHODS: cabesa removal CONTAGION LEVEL: I couldn't exactly tell if the victims turned into zombies themselves, but at least one did. There was mention of a way to turn people into zombies by forcing them to drink zombie blood.

The reported budget for this film according to IMDb, makes it about 9 times the budget of "Clerks", thereby proving that having a good script can do things for the quality of a low budget film that throwing a little more money onto the screen and watching it burn could not do for this film. I have seen several dozen zombie films and EZK rates pretty low.

This film is recommended only for zombie completionists and for devotees of the fake and annoying sport known as pro wrestling.

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