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Rotten Shaolin Zombies (2004)

Not Rated | | Short, Action, Comedy | Video 26 January 2004
An encounter with some toxic sushi damns one man to walk the earth hungry for human flesh, and brings another man to the grim realization that he will have to fight the zombie - his own brother - to end the bloody rampage.




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Cast overview:
Wilson Wong ...
Zombie Brother / Sensei (Dying)
Wil Yee ...
Anders J. Svensson ...
Paul Marshall ...
Cemetery Groundskeeper
Owen Wong ...
Sushi Chef
Gunther Schetterer ...
Sensei (Masked)
Joel Gerritsen ...
Kung-Fu Kid
Dave Neufeld ...
Trailer Park Boy
Sven J. Andersson ...


Two brothers, the best of friends, devout martial artists, inseperable. One fateful sushi dinner would forever change the nature of their relationship and send them on a crash course to death and destruction. Thinking his dear brother has been killed by the toxic venom of the live dirty lungfish that tore out his eye, Lone Brother trudges through life, wondering how he will ever be able to continue on all alone. Little does he know his brother has returned to walk the earth as the undead, pissed off and craving human flesh. The stage is set for an epic battle where brother must face brother, zombie versus the living, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance! Written by Blaine Wasylkiw

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Filthy. Decomposing. Ass-kickers.


Short | Action | Comedy | Horror


Not Rated


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1.78 : 1
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More accurate title would be "Rotten Shaolin Zombie"
16 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

Rotten Shaolin Zombies is a really fun movie to watch, it's the kind of movie that knows it's bad and just has fun with it. This is ever-so-visible in such scenes as the one with the flying fish (with strings visible), and a zombie fight scene with obviously and laughably fake punches and kicks. The entire movie has a very oddball sense of humor throughout, I personally found it to be very funny in a goofy sort of way. Also a little bit of gore, but it would have still been good without it.

Also, the movie is called Rotten Shaolin Zombies, but a more appropriate title would be Rotten Shaolin Zombie (as said in the title of my review), because in the entire movie there really is only one zombie.

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