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Stubbs the Zombie in 'Rebel Without a Pulse' (2005)

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(lead writer) (as Matthew Soell), (screenplay) (as Matthew Soell)
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Officer Dupe (voice)
Dustin Foster ...
Prisoner (voice)
Matt Soell ...
Stubbs (voice)
Craig Brolley ...
Pumpbot (voice)
Tim Dadabo ...
Officer Hannity / Doctor (voice)
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Medium Militia (voice)
George Adams ...
FixitBot / MailBot / Thin Militia / Lt. Cop / Internal Security / Ad voices (voice)
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Beat Cop / Riot Cop (voice) (as John Hoogenaker)
Doug Zartman ...
Lt. Cop / Riot Cop (voice)
Amy Warren ...
Maggie Monday / GuideBot / PhoneBot / Teen Girls / Ad and Alarm voices (voice)
David Kovac ...
Andrew Monday / Scientists / Sheep (voice)
Mary Holstrom ...
Judy / Ad and Alarm voices (voice)
Robb Maxey ...
Otis Monday / Sonny Skegness / Chief Masters / Large Militia / Scientists / Businessmen (voice)
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Dr. Wye / Chuck Chumley / MilkBot / TrafficBot (voice)
Ben Crabtree ...
Army Soldiers / Army Sergeant / Fred / Teen Boys (voice)
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Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Quotes

Teen Girls: [Getting brain eaten] Teeth! In my pretty skull!
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References Braveheart (1995) See more »

Soundtracks

Lollipop
Written by Julius Dixson (as J. Dixon) & Beverly Ross
Published by Edward B. Marks Music Company
Performed and Produced by Ben Kweller
Engineered by David Kos Rolfe (as David Rolfe)
Recorded at Bruce's Garage
Vocals & Guitar by Ben Kweller
Vocals & Bass Guitar by Josh Lattanzi
Bass Vocals & Drums by John David Kent
Sugar by Jason Roberts
Lollipop Pops by Bruce Witkin
Courtesy of ATO Records / RCA Music Group
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You play as the zombie, you laugh as a human
19 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game is great, and me and my friend play it all the time. The co-op is great, graphics okay, sound great, and the gameplay is great. But the greatest part is the humor. Me and my friend crack up endlessly whenever we play this game, whether its a civilian walking on a land mine, or we rip off a soldier's arm and use it as a weapon. My only complaints are that the learning curve and loading screens are a little long, and that the training at the beginning is a little boring. Aside from that it's a hilarious, action packed game, it may be a little short, but it is still fun to play, and it is great to find out the whole story of stubbs by getting to the end.


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