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A group of teenagers, taking a nocturnal hayride come across the grave of a man. Little did they know that this deceased man is a zombie. One by one, the actual living are falling victim and becoming zombies. Eventually there are zombies everywhere, and someone needs to stop them, but who?Written by
The cameraman filming the scene when the little angel zombie (Heidi Hinzman) is shot by the posse member was accidentally shot in the foot by the cardboard plug of the guns blank. The charge was more powerful than a normal blank and went through his shoe injuring his foot. This story was told by Bill Hinzman as a cautionary tale about making your own blanks. See more »
When Bill Hinzman rips out the heart from the prosthetic chest you can see rings from his hand makeup on the skin of the opening. See more »
Well excuse me boss, I must've come up here with the wrong impression, I thought we were here to have fun!
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The 1993 UK Vipco video version (released as "Zombie Nosh") was cut by 1 minute 41 secs by the BBFC to remove a disemboweling scene, the flesheater forcing his hand through a topless girl's stomach and shots of a topless female zombie eating a corpse, and to heavily edit a scene where a girl is chased around a bedroom and bitten. The cuts were fully restored for the 2003 DVD release. See more »
This is another film in the long line of killer zombie rip-offs since Night of the Living Dead. This movie is not bad, but it doesn't have near the impact that the Living Dead series created by George Romero. The acting is very lame, and it's pretty predictable, but the gore makes up for it, kind of. The movie could have used some suspense along the line also. All in all, an alright zombie flick
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