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Cast overview, first billed only:
Victoria Hopkins ...
Skye Brannigan
Pervo the Clown
Christian Steel ...
Tycho Zander
Seymour Leon Mace ...
Johnny Dee Hellfire (as Seymour Mace)
Kate Soulsby ...
Harmony Starr
Peter Bonner ...
Joe Nicholson ...
Dr. Henry Englebert Zander III
Kathy Paul ...
Florence 'Mother' Zander
Red Zander
Gillian Settle ...
Blue Zander
Rachel Brannigan
Bettie Rogers ...
Cult Girl A / Title Sequence Zombie 1
Rachel Brook ...
Cult Girl B
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Cult Girl C


A travelling group of freaks, headed up by Pervo the Clown, go to a rural farm to take part in a webcast interview to help them gain more followers and make the public aware of their awesome freakishness. Unbeknownest to our little group, however, this same rural farm is also home to a combined cult for women / zombie research laboratory. When the zombie virus is mistakenly added to a bowl of punch women, with breasts flying, are sent on a murderous, cannibalistic rampage that only this little band of circus freaks can stop. Written by Conor Coyle

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It Really Was the Wrong Time of the Month!


Comedy | Horror | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody horror violence, strong sexuality, nudity, pervasive language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

31 August 2009 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Oppai Zombie  »

Box Office


£40,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Did You Know?


The actor who played Pervo the Clown is also a musician and burlesque entertainer in England and is known for his phenomenal impression of Charlie Chaplin. See more »


Followed by Female Zombie Riot (2016) See more »


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The Comic Timing Is Missing
23 June 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When it comes to reviewing and voting on small budget movies, I tend to be more generous with my views than if I was dealing with a big budget movie. After all, a big studio production has the cash to make sure they get everything right but a small production rarely has that privilege. For example, a lot of the violence in this movie happens just out of shot. Weapon impacts are just out of frame and then we see the aftermath. This I don't have a problem with as it's hard to do lots of fake impacts realistically and safely. So putting it just out of view makes sense. But despite all the limitations of the budget it is clear that there is still some other problems with this film. The biggest of which is the comedy. The script does contain some decent jokes and one liners but due to some really bad editing and directing - and in one or two cases, some bad performances - most of the humour is completely butchered. If the joke isn't entirely delivered in one take then the editing room is where the timing can be refined until the humour works. But that clearly hasn't been the case in the making of this film. Instead the editing has tried it's best to squeeze every moment of hilarity out of each even vaguely amusing moment and such an attempt kills the humour dead. Several times while watching this film I could see that a joke would have looked great in the script but due to the performances and post production work, the joke just doesn't work on film. But to the fair to the editor and directors, some of the jokes in this film are also ruined by bad performances. There is at least one major cast member who gives a performance worthy of a school nativity play and at least one other who comes close. Which is a shame because some of the other actors and actresses are really good. They've just been let down by some of their cast mates and poor post production work.

If you're looking for a funny comedy, don't see this film. If you're looking for violence, don't see this film. If you're looking for gore or are interested in how *not* to edit humour or like films where afterwards you can say "damn, if they'd had a bigger budget...", then see this film.

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