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Stag Night of the Dead -- Set in the grip of a global pandemic and on the eve of Dean's wedding, a group of old school friends head off to a run down military base with a PVC clad stripper for the ultimate stag party experience. 

Forget paintball, at Zomball you get to shoot zombies with a dirty great stun gun. It's a game that is literally more than life or death. 

After breaking the golden rule of Zomball - "never humiliate a zombie" - it becomes a fight for survival as the truth about the new world order is revealed and suddenly the mother-in-law is the least of Dean's problems...

Stag Night of the Dead is a zom-com in the tradition of Shaun of the Dead with a little bit of American Pie thrown in for good measure and features zombies, sex, big guns, a giant, a dwarf and cinema's first cycling zombie.


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When there's no more room in get married
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  (in credits order)

Sebastian Street ... Dean

Sophie Lovell Anderson ... Candy
Bruce Lawrence ... Marky
James G. Fain ... TC
Joe Rainbow ... Ronnie
Doug Grant ... Gordon

Rez Kempton ... Sanjay
Jeff Rudom ... Mr. Ree
Mike Busson ... Number 48
Brian Wheeler ... Mr. Big

Lily Brown ... Hot Zombie Chick

Jemma Lewis ... Elaine
Gavin Hatcher ... First Stag
Alison Hartnett ... News Reporter
Angela Bull ... Barmaid
Len Crosier ... Zomball Guard
Dominic Miles ... Zomball Guard
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sarah Gray ... Undead
Michael McCarthy ... Undead
Claire Rogers ... Undead
Scott Smith ... Undead

Dean Williams ... Zombie
David Fincham ... Zombie (uncredited)

Eva Gray ... Elaine's mum (uncredited)
Chris Hutchinson ... Zombie (uncredited)
Ben Smith ... Zombie (uncredited)

Directed by
Neil Jones 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Neil Jones 

Produced by
Neil Jones .... producer
Original Music by
Christopher Barnett 
Cinematography by
Richard J. Wood 
Film Editing by
Benjamin D. Mitchell  (as Ben Mitchell)
Art Direction by
Lianne Willis 
Makeup Department
Kj Barham .... makeup artist
Philippa Selina Blake .... makeup artist
Gayle Cooper .... makeup artist
Jess Heath .... makeup artist
Lindsey Jones .... makeup artist
Debbie Liu .... makeup artist
Philippa McCall .... makeup artist
Katharyn Thompson .... makeup artist
Sharen Valentine .... makeup artist
Nichola Walker .... makeup artist
Michelle Webb .... makeup designer
Tian Xu .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mike Busson .... first assistant director
Jude Poyer .... second unit director
Sound Department
Curzio Aloisi .... sound recordist
Tom Canning .... sound recordist
Stuart Drummond .... sound recordist
Simon Hornett .... sound recordist
Christopher Reading .... sound editor
Thom Rooke .... sound mixer
Charlie Weisfeld .... sound recordist (as Charles Weisfeld)
Special Effects by
Jamie Aylard .... additional special effects
Simon Fortescue .... special effects supervisor
Lindsey Jones .... special effects crew
Visual Effects by
Shudhdodhan Milind Ambhore .... lead roto artist: Prime Focus Ltd
Raymond Brown .... 3D & compositing
Jude Poyer .... stunt coordinator
Dean Williams .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Lee Akehurst .... assistant camera
David Beaumont .... camera operator
David Beaumont .... cinematographer: second unit
David Beaumont .... gaffer
John Dingain .... clapper loader
Andrew Trace .... first assistant camera
Andrew Trace .... focus puller
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lianne Willis .... wardrobe
Other crew
Joe Amos .... caterer
Raymond Brown .... zombie wrangler
Andy Forster .... technical coordinator
Alison Hartnett .... assistant to producer

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UK:81 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Australia:MA15+ (2012) | UK:15 (DVD)


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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Worth a watch, 24 February 2014
Author: Bezenby from United Kingdom

How many DTV zombie films are out there these days? There's must be thousands, all running the spectrum from really good (Apocalypse of the Dead) to the awful (Tokyo Zombie) - meaning that viewers will have to do their homework before even buying a modern zombie film. This one, a zombie comedy, is good enough to warrant one viewing at least, as it low budget really shows, but you've got to acknowledge the effort made. And it did actually make me laugh once or twice.

Five guys and a stripper are out for a stag do when they head off to an army barracks to indulge in a bit of Zomball, which is like paintball only with zombies and stun guns. You've got your innocent groom, best man and fanny rat, tourette's suffering other guy, and a few others. Looks like not all is as it seems at the barracks as anybody who gets munched by the zombies just gets added to the zombie army, or something. It's best not to think about who does what in a film like this.

As you might expect, the zombies get let loose and start chowing down on soldiers and stag party alike. It's a zombie film so I shouldn't need to get down to the plot, eh? You've got talking zombies (which actually kind of works here), bits of gore, bits of humour and not bad characterisation (plus a couple of twists) - We ain't looking for Ingmar Bergman in a zombie film, just good action, gore, and maybe scares. Stag Night of the Dead falls kind of into the 'good' category for me. Low budget, but they did try their hardest.

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