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Ghoul School (1990)

| Comedy, Horror, Sport | Video
Sex, babes and rock 'n roll! Two thugs in search of hidden treasure mistakenly unleash a chemical into the school's water supply, causing everyone it comes into contact with to become flesh-eating ghouls.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Joe Franklin ...
Himself
William Friedman ...
Steve
Scott Gordon ...
Jeff
Paul Venier ...
Blade
Nancy Sirianni ...
Roxanne
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Himself (as Jackie 'The Joke Man' Martling)
Lori Karz ...
Crystal (as Laurie Karz)
Ashley Segal ...
Lenny
George Pezzutto ...
Zeke
Natalie Ferrier ...
Vicki
Scott Corizzi ...
Mike / Swimmer Ghoul
Lorna Courtney ...
Mary
Mary Huner ...
Miss Owen
Pamela Kramer ...
Mrs. Slugowski
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Principal Kaplan (as Eddie Gambino)
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Sex, babes and rock 'n roll! Two thugs in search of hidden treasure mistakenly unleash a chemical into the school's water supply, causing everyone it comes into contact with to become flesh-eating ghouls.

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Boy meets girl, boy eats girl. See more »

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Comedy | Horror | Sport

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$10,000 (estimated)
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Goofs

In the second scene where the baseball player is told to go fetch the ball, said ball is thrown into the corner of the gym hall. However, even before he walks off to go get it, the same ball has bounced off the wall and returned, not only in his direction, but past all the characters including himself. Despite the ball now in the opposite side of the room, he still walks off to where the ball was thrown. See more »

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Referenced in Psycho Sisters (1998) See more »

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Death & Violence
Written by Mick Corcoran and Greg Bennett
Performed by Wilbur & The Hoodlum Patrol
Produced by Rodney Shields
© 1988 Subtempeco Muzik
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Even for fans of crap, this one's a stinker
9 August 2003 | by See all my reviews

Don't bother. I'm a self-made authority on "good" B-movies, and this ain't one of them. It might have been alright were it not so self-conscious in its clearly purposeful attempts at badness. In other words, if the stuff in this straight-to-video yawner were unintentional (as in "Troll 2," for example), it might be worth a look. But, since it's not, neither is this movie.


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