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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 »

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Jules Delorme ...
Ulysses
Jennifer Thom ...
Mercedes
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)
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Murdelizer (as Jason Bareford)
Jim Neidhart ...
Sheriff Logan (as Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhardt)
Jennifer Deschamps ...
French Vixen
Spilios Kapoglis ...
Deputy Mo
Fuchsia ...
Jennie
Geoff Ewart ...
Chad
Sarah Murr ...
Blossom
Contessa Oblivian ...
Cherry
Taylor Flook ...
Chained Blonde
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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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23 November 2004 (USA)  »

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Enter... Zombie King!  »

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$220,000 (estimated)
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George A. Romero was originally cast as the "Zombie King", but had to cancel due to scheduling difficulties See more »

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Better than you might think from the cover.
10 January 2005 | by (Fowler, CA) – See all my reviews

I bought this on DVD for my roommate as a joke gift, but after watching it the joke was on me. If you are a fan of comic books, this flick deserves a look. The main characters are larger-than-life celebrity heroes and who eat, drink, and sleep with their wrestling masks on and have to fend off autograph-hounds when they go for smokes. The story is minimal (Zombie King wants to take over the world) but each of the heroes has a past with at least one of the antagonists, adding a feeling of depth to the story world. The fight scenes are fun, if you go along with the idea that pro-wrestling moves are the best way to subdue an opponent. The music, mostly surf music by the Tijuana Bibles, carries the action very well. All-in-all, surprisingly entertaining. Just goes to show that low-budget movies can work, if done right. Also props for a cameo by Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart of WWF fame as the butt-kicking local sheriff.


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