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The 1700's...ish, Oxfordshire, England. In the sleepy town of Upper Trollop, there lived a poet named William Filthe'. He was in love with the beautiful but slightly terrifying Vanity Banks... See full summary »

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William Filthe
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Vanity Banks
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The Narrator
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Richard Filthe
John Fitzpatrick ...
Spank
Anneka Haskins ...
Mary
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Gallant / Zombie
Graham Butler ...
Pippin McGuire / Zombie
Gini Godwin ...
Kissing Couple Girl / Zombie (as Virginia Godwin)
Howard Grater ...
Leering Man 2 / Zombie
Chris Hart ...
One-Eyed Brian
Hugh Hemmings ...
Father Thomas / Zombie
Edward Hulme ...
Bety's Man / Zombie
Ben Lee ...
Leering Man 1 / Zombie
Jennifer Masters ...
Betsy / Zombie
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The 1700's...ish, Oxfordshire, England. In the sleepy town of Upper Trollop, there lived a poet named William Filthe'. He was in love with the beautiful but slightly terrifying Vanity Banks, and although she was engaged to his brother, William was blinded by love. One night however, an illness broke out turning all men into beasts. All thoughts of love strangely vanish when you're running from an unstoppable foe in rather a lot of lace... Written by Matthew Butler

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Mail Order Zombie Podcast
6 April 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This review is taken from the pod-cast of Mail Order Zombie which annually hold the Dead Letter Day awards, which E'gad, Zombies! was nominated for three of. Butler proves he's right at home in the director's chair. His narrative style is straight forward when it has to be, but when he changes style…he shows he is capable of packing a great deal of storytelling variety in a short space of time and he certainly has the comedic chops when it comes to editing and dialogue. There's a lot on display in terms of craft and style…I must have watched it 3 or 4 times and enjoyed it every time. It is a near perfect zombie movie….and I can't wait for the feature…The Curse of The Buxom Strumpet.


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