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The Quick and the Undead (2006)

Eighty-two years ago a viral outbreak turned three quarters of the world population into the walking dead. Now, Bounty Hunters are humanity's only salvation.

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Ryn Baskin (as Clint Glenn)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Toar Zombie
Dion Day ...
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Brian Koehler ...
Zombie
Vito La Morte ...
Tunnel Zombie
Erin McCarthy ...
Paul Matthew Miller ...
Old Man (as Paul Matthew Molnar)
Tishia Morris ...
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Parrish Randall ...
John Reynolds ...
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Forest Zombie
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The Tunnel Undead
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Reporter
Kim Solow ...
Little Girl Zombie
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Eighty-two years ago a viral outbreak turned three quarters of the world population into the walking dead. Now, Bounty Hunters are humanity's only salvation.

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Never go inside See more »

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Action | Horror | Western

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2 February 2006 (USA)  »

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The Quick O Caçador de Zumbis  »

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$105,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The main character is based on Clint Eastwood and the characters he plays in westerns. Everything from the way he talks and the cigars he smokes. He even does the half mouth snarl. See more »

Goofs

During the opening credit sequence, Ryn (Clint Glenn) prepares to inject himself by squirting some liquid out of a syringe. This is done to clear the syringe of air bubbles, yet when he injects himself, there is a large air bubble in the syringe. See more »

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Ryn Baskin: Never go inside.
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Referenced in Not Another Not Another Movie (2011) See more »

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Goth Cowboy, what more can I ask for?
23 May 2008 | by See all my reviews

I went into watching this film expecting a throw away storyline. I was quite surprised by how much I actually enjoyed it. The moment I saw the Goth Cowboy costume I was on my way to being impressed.

I adored the camera work, and the make-up. The way each zombie had its' own individual look impressed me greatly. The storyline was interesting, fairly realistic and had its' own quirky sense of humour. It reminded me of 'Evil Dead 2' at times.

This is not a film for those who swoon for 'Resident Evil', and have never seen 'Night of the Living Dead'. It does not deliver senseless, dragging action. The humour is too subtle for fans of outright spoofs, such as 'Shaun of the Dead'.

This is definitely going on my list of films to acquire, who can go past a goth cowboy hunting zombies? If that is not comic genius, I don't know what is.

All this film really needed to be a cult classic, is Bruce Campbell.

disclaimer. this is not a fake review. I am not related to, or endorsed by any of the films creators. Conspiracy theories can be put to rest. As amusing as wasting time writing fake reviews on the Internet Movie Database may be.


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