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Fistful of Brains (2008)

Not Rated | | Horror, Western | 10 October 2008 (USA)
The town of Shadowhawk is overrun by zombies when it gets caught in a war between two mysterious brothers. One of the brothers has sold the townsfolk his "magical elixir" promising them ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Jaqueline Martini ...
Lily
Conrad Osborne ...
Jack
Edward Warner ...
Lazarus / Dead Eye
Darrell Parker ...
T.W. Earp
Wayne Bates ...
Pastor John
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Daisy (as Heidi Martinuzzi)
Pericles Lewnes ...
Frank
Jessie Walley ...
Katie
Angela Giddings ...
Theresa
Zachary Edgerton ...
Willy
William Drake ...
Deputy Dan
Andy Miller ...
Clyde
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Amos
Paul Cardullo ...
Pastor Terry
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Debbie Bailey ...
Christine's Friend
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The town of Shadowhawk is overrun by zombies when it gets caught in a war between two mysterious brothers. One of the brothers has sold the townsfolk his "magical elixir" promising them immortality. What he doesn't tell them is that he's recruiting them for his zombie army, and they will develop an unquenchable hunger for human flesh! Written by Anonymous

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Horror | Western

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Not Rated
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Associate producer Kristdan Fisher is an avid Air Rifle Shooter and is chairman of his local archery and rifle club. See more »

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Followed by A Few Brains More (2012) See more »

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Blood in the Wind
Written by David K. Carter
Performed by Blister
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