The title should be enough to explain the plot here. Riding around on their motorbikes, a gang of tough women bikers are the only thing that stands between a crowd of Zombies, which have ...
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A baby alligator is flushed down a Chicago toilet and survives by eating discarded laboratory rats injected with growth hormones. The small reptile grows gigantic, escapes the city sewers, and goes on a rampage.
Michael V. Gazzo
When a meteorite lands near his family farm during a storm in Tennessee, the son of a struggling farmer believes it's connected to strange plague-like events afflicting the crops, the farm animals and even the family themeselves.
Five "city boys" travel to the country to relax by doing some hunting, drinking Bud, and generally having good time. However, the local inbred backwoods psychos turn the hunters into the ... See full summary »
The title should be enough to explain the plot here. Riding around on their motorbikes, a gang of tough women bikers are the only thing that stands between a crowd of Zombies, which have been accidentally let out of their secure cave (!), and those still alive in the town.Written by
Sharon Farrell wrote in her book "Hollywood Princess from Sioux City, Iowa" that she was fired from this film after they discovered how "truly dangerous I could be on a motorcycle, especially when I had to wear an eye-patch and carry a whip. It was the eye-patch which really did me in. I started getting dizzy wearing thew damn thing, and just thinking about leading my gang of chopper chicks, roaring up and down the road on our motorcycles made me queasy." See more »
Blind kids, a midget, dykes on bikes... we could start a side-show!
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Good Guys and Bad Guys
Written by David Lowery, Jonathan Segel, Greg Lisher, Victor Krummenacher, Chris Pedersen, Chris Molla
Performed by Camper Van Beethoven
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One-liners and outlandishness make this movie fun (not scary) for those of us sick-minded individuals in the world.
There are some movies that have a novelty that is undescribable. Chopper Chicks in Zombietown is definitely one of those movies. Although the movie is not necessarily intended to evoke laughter, it does so with relative ease. This is one monster movie that won't have its audience engaging in "let's wake the dead" scream fests (no pun intended).
One liners are essential to this movie's hilarity. "And for the record, I'm the dyke. Blow me." "If you were supposed to do normal things, God would have made you look like a normal person" (in reference to the ubiquitous midget...a necessity for a funny movie!). And of course, a slide whistle theme song brilliantly used during the zombie scenes is essential as well.
So, watch the movie. Be entertained by its outlandishness. Or rent it just because of the title. After all, that's why I rented the movie in the first place.
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