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Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker! (2001)

Unrated | | Action, Comedy, Horror | Video 7 April 2001
A buffoonish candy addict, named Mulva, and her misfit friends, are forced to fight for her Halloween candy against hordes of zombies that rise from the dead on Halloween night.


Chris Seaver

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Missy Donatuti Missy Donatuti ... Mulva
Chris Seaver Chris Seaver ... Mr. Bonejack
Mike Nicolai Mike Nicolai ... McLargehuge
Joe Anime Joe Anime ... Takateru
Calley Thidemann Calley Thidemann ... Cassie
Rob Callie Rob Callie ... Randal (as R.O.B.)
Joe Haines Joe Haines ... Gilbert
Steve Debono Steve Debono ... Cop Zombie
Fawn Fawn ... Tromette
The Naked Cowboy ... Himself
Carla Menera Carla Menera ... Gag Reflex
Lloyd Kaufman ... The Mayor
Debbie Rochon ... Lady McPouchsweat
Trent Haaga ... J. VanBrunt
Doug Sakmann ... Lead Zombie


A buffoonish candy addict, named Mulva, and her misfit friends, are forced to fight for her Halloween candy against hordes of zombies that rise from the dead on Halloween night.

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Action | Comedy | Horror








Release Date:

7 April 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Low Budget Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Chest Mclargeguge: Bitch! Don't make me... 'cause I will.
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References Dead Poets Society (1989) See more »

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It's it's... filmed with a camcorder!
30 March 2004 | by snipetSee all my reviews

I'd read the reviews here and most of them do mention that this has low production values but saying this really doesn't capture the atrocity of Mulva.

This has obviously been filmed on video with some scenes even showing what looks like magnetic interference on the tape. The sound is mostly location recorded and is usually unintelligible... this isn't helped by the fact the main character speaks with a terrible lisp throughout. Everyone else shouts to try and be picked up by the camcorder mic and sound distorted. There is little to no lighting work and the camera appears to be hand held most of the time.

Now I realise this is low budget ($2000 I read somewhere) and the production company even call themselves low budget productions but as they are obviously aware that this looks like the cheapest trash ever I'd have hoped they'd try to use skill and talent to counter some of their limitations. Instead they frequently lampoon the state of their production values, lack of actor talent and ludicrous script. I'm sure the people making it thought this was hilarious and indeed this is exactly the sort of film Id make if I had a bunch of mates with loads of free time and a camcorder. However I'd never subject others to it, let alone distribute it on dvd.

I can only assume that the other reviewers here are connoisseurs of extremely low budget film and knew what to expect in terms of production values and took the film purely on content value. I'll admit I did find myself laughing at some of the genre humor but it mostly felt forced with purposely overlong dialogue("I'm going to go as Egon Spengler from the 1984 film ghost busters as portrayed brilliantly by actor and writer Harold Ramis"). If delivered faultlessly this could be funny but as it was next to unintelligible due to bad sound, a lisp and an actress tripping over her lines, I felt more like crying than laughing.

In the end I felt ultimately cheated and I think anyone who expects even the most basic elements of filmmaking skill will do to.

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