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Song of the Dead (2005)

Not Rated | | Musical, Horror | 31 March 2005 (USA)
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Musical Horror Film. Spray missions intended to protect Americans against the dangerous 1000-year Mosquito Awakening, when, Terrorists infect it with the Jihad Resurrection Virus (JRV) for ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Steve Andsager ...
Arthur Bundy
Kate Gorman ...
Sandy
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President of United States
John Gilbreth ...
Backpacker
Conrad Gubera ...
Harold King
Travis Hierholzer ...
Brad
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Tommy King
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Clare Adrian ...
Zombie Dancer
Adrianne Allen ...
Zombie Dancer
George B. Appleman ...
Zombie Dancer
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General Rummash
Michael Bentele ...
Zombie
Amanda Brite ...
Zombie Dancer
Tony Brite ...
Zombie Dancer
Travis Cox ...
Zombie
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Musical Horror Film. Spray missions intended to protect Americans against the dangerous 1000-year Mosquito Awakening, when, Terrorists infect it with the Jihad Resurrection Virus (JRV) for biological warefare bringing the dead back to life. Written by Gubera, Chip

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Musical | Horror

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Day of the Zombie  »

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Short film from the Fangoria Blood Drive contest. The short film proved successful enough that a feature length version is currently in production for release in 2005 See more »

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Spun-off from Song of the Dead (2004) See more »

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Wow! A must see!
13 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I went to the Cinema Wasteland in Cleveland in 2005 and I saw a film there called Song of the Dead. The room was packed, it was hot, and the projector broke half way through so they had to change it out. However, the film just blew me away! This was one of the most original zombie films that I have ever seen. I loved the fact that Chip Gubera, the writer-director, used a biological terrorist attack as the reason why the dead were rising from the grave. This is truly an original idea that I'm sure everyone will be ripping off soon.

Did I mention that it's a rock music musical? I usually don't like musicals, but the music in this film is really good and works well as part of the storytelling. I still have "Flesh and Blood" running through my head and I haven't seen the film in months. And all of the actors could sing very well too. Who would have known that the great Reggie Bannister can sing so well. I was truly impressed.

This past summer I was really looking forward to seeing the Undead and I hate to say that I was disappointed with it. However, my summer zombie movie hopes were saved when I saw Song of the Dead. I can't wait until I can buy it on DVD.


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