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Ramon Isao (written by) &
Kevin Hamedani (written by)
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Release Date:
17 August 2011 (France) See more »
A Political Zomedy See more »
Life is wonderful for the people in the quiet, island town of Port Gamble....until a zombie virus outbreak! | Full synopsis »
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Zombies, Politics, and low budget makes for a bad combination See more (39 total) »


  (in credits order)

Janette Armand ... Frida Abbas

Doug Fahl ... Tom Hunt
Cooper Hopkins ... Lance Murphy

Russell Hodgkinson ... Joe Miller

Cornelia Moore ... Cheryl Banks

James Mesher ... Mayor Hal E. Burton
Bill Johns ... Reverend Haggis
Ali Hamedani ... Ali Abbas
Linda Jensen ... Mrs. Hunt
Victoria Drake ... Judy Miller
Andrew Hyde ... Brian Miller
Ryan Barret ... Derek Blaine
Bill McQuaid ... Dan Campbell
Irene Strauss ... Mrs. Happenstance

Kevin Hamedani ... Mohammed Mustafa
Curtis Miller ... Mr. Weatherbee
Harry Helm ... Mr. O'Bannon
Erik Lagace ... Dr. Raimi
Carl Olson ... Mr. Lucio

Sydney Sweeney ... Lisa
John Jensen ... Larry
Jake Gear ... Clive

Richard Carmen ... J.D.

John Kobasic ... J.R.
Grace Dilling ... Velma
John Clise ... Mr. Russell
Constance Best ... Restaurant Hostess
Grant Griffin ... Man getting newspaper
Annie Gear ... Female Church Parishner
John A. Ramsey ... Man in Wheelchair
Julie Lynn Belling ... Zombie Cheerleader
Colin Blake ... Letterman Zombie
Eric Bosley ... Weed Whacker Zombie
Marshall Riser ... Casey / Featured Zombie
Albert Sbragia ... Biter Zombie

Peter 'Drago' Tiemann ... Man on Fire
Todd Burge ... Arm on Fire
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cindy Neubauer ... Passerby

Brittany Christine ... Bride Zombie (uncredited)
Jay Cynik ... Punk Rock Zombie (uncredited)
Geri Gilmore ... Shopping Tourist (uncredited)
Richard Grassy ... Man In Suit Zombie (uncredited)
Derek Harris ... Brain Eating Zombie #1 (uncredited)
Anne Sheridan Kennedy ... Passerby (uncredited)

Ryan Spickard ... Man with fire extinguisher (uncredited)
Trent Sweeney ... Zombie Boy (uncredited)
Edward Tubbs ... Old Biker Zombie (uncredited)
James Tubbs ... Boy Zombie (uncredited)

Directed by
Kevin Hamedani 
Writing credits
Ramon Isao (written by) &
Kevin Hamedani (written by)

Produced by
Cheryl Cowan .... line producer
Ali Hamedani .... executive producer
Leigh Kimball .... co-executive producer
Jenny Klimenko .... executive producer
Bob Parker .... co-executive producer
Serge Sarkis .... co-executive producer
John Sinno .... executive producer (as Yahya Sinno)
John Sinno .... producer (as Yahya Sinno)
Dan Thornton .... line producer
Original Music by
Andrew Rohrmann 
Cinematography by
John Guleserian 
Film Editing by
Andrew McAllister 
Production Design by
Theresa Guleserian  (as Theresa Avram)
Art Direction by
Belal Hibri 
Costume Design by
Rhiannon Hemsted 
Makeup Department
Megan Nicoll .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tony Becerra .... second assistant director
Ben Dobyns .... first assistant director
Britta Lundin .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Colin Blake .... assistant art director
Carrie Keith .... property master
Sound Department
Scott Colburn .... sound designer
Jay Cynik .... sound mixer
Traci Irish .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Todd Burge .... assistant pyrotechnician
Tom Devlin .... special effects
Kazuyuki Okada .... special effects
Rusty Oliver .... pyrotechnician
Ryan Spickard .... assistant pyrotechnician
Peter 'Drago' Tiemann .... lead pyrotechnician
Visual Effects by
Wade Chitwood .... digital effects artist
Armond Lara .... digital effects artist
Indus Alelia .... stunt double
Todd Burge .... assistant fight choreographer
Todd Burge .... assistant stunt coordinator
Todd Burge .... assistant stunt rigger
Todd Burge .... stunt performer
Angela Johnson .... utility stunts
Jason Lowe .... utility stunts
Ryan Spickard .... assistant stunt rigger
Ryan Spickard .... utility stunts
Peter 'Drago' Tiemann .... fight choreographer
Peter 'Drago' Tiemann .... lead stunt rigger
Peter 'Drago' Tiemann .... stunt coordinator
Peter 'Drago' Tiemann .... stunt driver
Peter 'Drago' Tiemann .... stunts: full body burn
Indus Alelia .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Shawn Anderson .... gaffer
Daniel Baas .... second assistant camera
Matthew Bergman .... grip: pick-up crew
Garrett Cantrell .... best boy electric
Niall James .... best boy grip
Patrick Levad .... key grip
Alex Mandarino .... grip: Pickups
Demian Pedone .... lighting technician
Chris Purkiss .... best boy electric
Michael Ragen .... director of photography: second unit
Tristan Seniuk .... second unit: key grip
Scott Uhlfelder .... assistant camera
Casting Department
Denise Gibbs .... extras casting
Linda Jensen .... casting coordinator
Editorial Department
Belal Hibri .... colorist
Other crew
Constance Best .... key production assistant
Colin Blake .... cruise director
Adam Clever .... script supervisor
Nancy Frye .... assistant extras coordinator
Denise Gibbs .... extras coordinator
Kevin Inouye .... gun wrangler
Vanessa Williams .... distribution assistant
Harry Helm .... in memory of

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Additional Details

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Rated R for strong bloody zombie violence and gore, language, sexual references and brief drug use
89 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Australia:R18+ | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #45712)

Did You Know?

The marching band at the end of the film is that of the local North Kitsap High School Vikings in Poulsbo, Washington. The fight song heard is in fact their fight song.See more »
Revealing mistakes: When the reverend gets attacked by the mayor, after ripping his arm off, you can see a "lump" on the side of the reverend, revealing his actual arm underneath.See more »
Frida Abbas:There is Norway you are getting into these panties tonight!See more »
NandiniSee more »


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9 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Zombies, Politics, and low budget makes for a bad combination, 19 October 2010
Author: skerman007 from Livonia Michigan

First off I'd like to address the audio issue, whoever mastered this needs to learn that when something is only 20ft away is doesn't need a second worth of reverb this caused pretty much any noise off screen to sound incredibly awful. This is something that shouldn't be a problem even in a low budget film it would've been better off with no processing.

As for the zombie scenes I was actually surprised at the quality of makeup and acting during these scenes, some of the effects were noticeably low budget but overall quite impressive for what they had to work with, there was a lot of camera cuts which seemed a little over done.

In the political sense it addressed several issues touching on homosexuality, religion, mayoral office, and the middle east. it did seem to overemphasize them but perhaps that was the point. I only had a problem with how they were trying to make a point it detracted from the flow of the movie, there would be one scene where they're fighting zombies and then the entire mood changes to make political point it seemed like the writer wrote a political movie then an editor came along and said what do you think of adding zombies. The scenes didn't mesh together and felt forced.

The cast seemed a good fit for the characters they played, however the acting was definitely B-film quality I'd say the gay couple and the Iranian girl were by far the best actors/actress of the film. The Iranian father's actions and lines seemed rehearsed and forced. The zombies seemed as you would imagine from most zombie movies slow, stupid and bloodthirsty.

In conclusion a Zombies of Mass Destruction is a zombie film crashed into a political movie and didn't have any insurance to fund the collision repair, which makes for decent zombie killing action mixed with b-c class acting and interruptions of over-exaggerated political views, when I say interruptions I mean it takes on the mood of an entirely different movie.

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