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A gang of escaping jewellery thieves get trapped by a coven of witches.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Miguel Ángel Aparicio ...
Caspas (as Miguel Aparicio)
Mayte Navales ...
Carla
Miguel Ángel Aijón ...
Aijón (as Aijón)
Nacho Rubio ...
El Duende
Salomé Jiménez ...
La Puños
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Padre Pelayo / Entrecot / Himself
Raúl Sanz ...
Johhny Maldad
Natalia Moreno ...
Luchi
Marianico el Corto ...
Padre de Aijón (as Marianico 'El Corto')
Javier Coronas ...
López Sanz
Luis Orna ...
Morlaco
María José Moreno ...
Madre de Aijón (as Mª José Moreno)
Pedro Rebollo ...
Rumor
Javier Tenias ...
Pólipo
Christian Bautista ...
Aijón niño (as Cristian Bautista)
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Los muertos se buscan la vida (The dead get a life) See more »


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ESP 200,000,000 (estimated)
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In the final scene, Aijón offers his script to the famous Spanish producer Santiago Segura (played by himself). In Segura's office there are posters of the saga of Torrente, even there are posters of non-filmed sequels. See more »

Connections

References Torrente 2: Mission in Marbella (2001) See more »

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Que tengas suertecita
Written by Enrique Bunbury
Performed by Enrique Bunbury
EMI Music Spain
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Interesting, different, Zombie gangster movie
7 November 2004 | by (Staffs, England) – See all my reviews

I saw this last night (or this morning) at an all nighter horror movie marathon, It was the last one I managed to stay awake for.

I thought it was really quite good and am tempted to buy it on DVD if/when it comes out.

It's very crude in language and humour, it's got loads of violence in it, and still a pretty good plot, if you aren't looking for a totally sensible one in a Zombie movie.

If you like to see films that are different and aren't just the standard mainstream and you can stand the blood and constant references to fisting, you'd probably come out of it well pleased. 8/10


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