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Amber Sophia Nelson
When 9 year old Nellie's entire family dies, she is taken to Gore Orphanage. She quickly learns that some things are worse than losing her own family and she has to fight to survive before she ends up dead also.
After a night of partying, four friends are kidnapped by a mysterious man. The friends wake up in a basement, and realize they are part of something horrifying. A human breeding farm. They are to be milked, bred, and much, much worse.
The Franchise Shane Douglas accidentally kills a wrestler in the ring. The wrestler's brother Angus seeks revenge by surrendering his soul to an ancient demon to gain the power to raise the undead. Angus then pays for a private show at an empty prison to lure Douglas and his friend Rowdy Roddy Piper into a death trap. Written by
Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies may not be for those that are looking for a sensational, blockbuster film. But for those of us that enjoy a good low-budget gem, this is the film to watch. Some of the biggest names in professional wrestling are fighting off hoards of the undead. What more could a fan of both worlds want? Were there some inconsistencies? Yes, but even the biggest films in Hollywood have inconsistencies. To me, those inconsistencies did not ruin the film overall. It was still entertaining. The plot was well-developed and the dialogue was witty and memorable. Roddy Piper and the supporting cast delivered excellent performances. Ashton Amherst's character transformation was remarkable. I would definitely recommend the film to fellow wrestling fans.
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