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Zombie Rampage (1989)

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A young man on the way to meet friends at a train station is derailed into a world full of zombies, homicidal gangs and serial killers in this Niagra of gore.


Todd Sheets


Erin Kehr (screenplay), Todd Sheets (screenplay) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Dave Byerly Dave Byerly ... Tommy / Mime
Erin Kehr Erin Kehr ... Dave
Stanna Bippus Stanna Bippus ... Sheila
Beth Belanti Beth Belanti ... Sherry (as Beth Bellanti)
Brian Everad Brian Everad ... Pusshead
Deric Bernier Deric Bernier ... Hammerspike
Lisa Cottoner Lisa Cottoner ... Fox
Laura Young Laura Young ... Tracy
Larry Hodges Larry Hodges ... Piggy
Danon Park Danon Park ... George
Jason Ayers Jason Ayers ... Roger
John Welch John Welch ... Jason
Ed Dill Ed Dill ... Brian
Mike Evans Mike Evans ... Uncle Tony
Chris Jacobs Chris Jacobs ... Mr. Corman


A young man on the way to meet friends at a train station is derailed into a world full of zombies, homicidal gangs and serial killers in this Niagra of gore.

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They're mad as hell and they're not gonna take it anymore



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Did You Know?


Director Todd Sheets is not a fan of the film himself, he called it his "first but worst" but he had the heart to finish it. He went on record saying: "It took a year and a half because I was held hostage by an insane cameraman (who thought he was in charge and always wanted more money), a local Bar owner named Lonzo who was suppose to be funding the film but disappeared and a cast of well meaning local theater students who went away for the Holidays and some of them didn't come back!!! Some left because they were tired of being held up for 3 or 4 hours by the jerk cameraman every time we were suppose to shoot. I was left with 68% of a once good script and I finished it the only way I knew. It was my first film. It was NOT shot on VHS - but on 3/4 inch video and Betacam like the TV stations of the time used. It was a horrible experience and I almost never made another film." See more »


Dave: What the hell is going on here?
Tommy: How should I know you fucking Retard!
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Crazy Credits

At the end of the credits, a disclaimer states "if [you] think any of this is real, then go to the nearest shrink and get your brain checked." It also warns, "if you copy it, we'll send Zombies over to chomp on your closest family and friends!" See more »


Followed by Zombie Rampage (1992) See more »

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Classic VHS-Era Backyard movie making!
9 September 2011 | by dbs630-697-952794See all my reviews

I can remember buying a VHS copy of this movie back in the 90s at a horror convention. The first time I watched it I was a bit shocked at how horrible the whole thing was. However, I recently saw this again in one of those 50-pack DVD deals. I found myself sadly nostalgic about ZR. I watched it, laughed, cringed and nearly cried. I have to say, Todd Sheets is no George Romero but he is one of the pioneers of the indie horror scene like it or not. He and his VHS movies have a place in Horror film history. I think only die hard indie horror film buffs who were born long enough ago to remember how hard it was to make a movie on VHS can appreciate Todd's work.

Todd if you read this, don't go quietly into that dark night. Come back, and come back with a "Rampage!"

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