Zombies and Vampires wanna destroy Vienna with bad music. They didn't know that Vienna has the worst musicians on this planet. They strike back with Austro Pop and Austrian Volksmusic. Special Agent Ed Wood gets the order to save this planet and suddenly he falls in love with the beautiful Pia who is searching for her boyfriend Robert who has turned into a Zombie. It finally comes to a bloody battle. Written by
This was one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I liked Part 1 because it was so crazy but Part 2 even tops that.
This is an ultra-low budget movie so don't expect gore or slasher effects (well, they are in it but they are just funny!).
There are two stories in one: The first is about Robert Van Helsing. The Vampire Queen stole his heart and made a Zombie out of him. With the help of Count Dracula his girlfriend Pia tries to save him.
Then there is the Zombie story: Special Agent Eddie Wood, a Zombie Hunter gets the order from Chief Inspector Clay and Inspector Boll to save the world from evil Zombies who try to destroy Vienna with bad music.
On his way the save the world Eddie meets Pia who is searching for her boyfriend Robert. It is funny to notice that Wolf Morrison does not only play Eddie Wood but also Robert Van Helsing and Count Dracula.
Veronica Roder is a lovely and pretty Pia and Biggie Waite is a great and evil Vampire Queen but the funniest scenes are when Chief Inspector Clay (played by Wrestler Humungus) and Inspector Boll (Seth Raven - another professional Wrestler) turn into Zombies and they meet Eddie Wood and Pia and suddenly the crazy music starts to play - Brrr, if you have ever heard Austrian Volksmusic you know what I'm talking about. The Hansi Hinterseer-Look-a-like Johnny Behindlooker gives the Zombies the rest.
If you do not live in Austria and you have never ever heard how bad Austrian music can be you probably won't understand the humor but as an Austrian I couldn't stop laughing.
I love this movie - Rock 'N Roll Zombies from Outer Space!
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