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Zombies Gone Wild (2007)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | Video 27 March 2007
Three guys go on a spring break trip and find more than they bargain for with a group of female zombies.

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Credited cast:
Dave Competello ...
Marty
Chris Saphire ...
Randy
Dominique Rochelle ...
LeRoy
Giselle Lopez ...
Sue
Summer Morgan ...
Betty
Juan Flabio ...
Marty's Dad / LeRoy's Dad / Sheriff / Gas Station Attendant / Hairdresser
Lynne Lodwick ...
Marty's Mom
Trevor Davis ...
Marty's Brother
Ryan Bartlett ...
Marty's Brother
Mindy Nieland ...
Motel Clerk
Jose Valdez ...
Hector
Jessi Marshburn ...
Taylor
The Stuffed Wonder Dog Dakota ...
Cody (as Dakota the Stuffed Wonder Dog)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lara Beltran Winchester ...
Zombie
Shawn Beltran Winchester ...
Zombie
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Three guys go on a spring break trip and find more than they bargain for with a group of female zombies.

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All they wanted was to score...they didn't expect to get eaten too!

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Comedy | Horror

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Not Rated
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27 March 2007 (USA)  »

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Budget:

$55,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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The name of the stuffed dog in the film is Dakota the Stuffed Wonder Dog. See more »

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[appears before movie start] All characters and events in this movie, even any similarity to any real people, is entirely fictional. All celebrity voices are impersonated. The following movie is a low budget movie and is not for the politically correct. If you get offended easy, thank you for the money, but don't watch it. See more »

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This is NOT a movie.
9 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

THIS IS NOT A MOVIE. DO NOT WATCH IT.

It's too bad the lowest rating here is 1. This thing would be in the negative. Far in the negative.

It is not even a movie. Three idiots went out with a personal video camera. Probably a 12 year old video camera, as any hand-held camera made today takes video and sound several hundred times better than this thing. There are no actors, these people were either friends or randomly pulled off the street. There are no real zombies, and nothing ever happens. The morons in the film did nothing but tell unfunny poop jokes. How in the frickin' hell does something like this get on a DVD, aside from these idiots burning dics on their own computers? I do not know. I really don't. Maybe one of them was a bored rich kid. If so, they should have bought some film making equipment.

I love horror movies. I love bad horror movies. I'll watch piles of B movies that no one else would touch, and some of them I like. I love zombie movies and pick up nearly anything that says "zombie" to give it a shot, thus I ended up with this thing. After 15 minutes or so I gave up and watched the rest on Fast Forward, hoping to see something interesting. There was nothing. I desperately wanted that half hour of my life back.

Another reviewer compared the quality to a wedding video. With cameras today, a wedding video would be much more watchable. Another reviewer said the director's trailer should be toilet-papered. I'm pretty sure there was no director. A 7th grade film project *I* shot with neighborhood kids enacting Lord of the Flies is more watchable than this.

SAVE YOURSELF. It's too late for me, but you can still run from this home video grade school project pretending to be a movie.


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