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Zombiegeddon (2003)

Unrated | | Horror | Video 11 July 2006
Zombies are taking over the world!

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Mark Adams ... Det. Mark Argento
... Cage
... Himself
J.R. Bookwalter ... Crazed professor
... Dean Martinson
Jeff Burr ... Phil (voice)
Josh Christofferson ... Grocery Guy
... Brooks
Linda Fischetti ... Abused wife
... Caller #1 (voice)
... Harper
Jennifer Greer ... Mandy
Susan Guntly ... Ashley
George Gutknecht ... Abusive husband
... Ted Kopafeel
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These zombies are a human-like race created by Satan. When the "zombie-looking freaks" begin taking over the world, dirty cops Jeff and Cage find themselves in the unenviable position of having to stop them before it's too late. Jeff soon learns that he alone has the power to defeat them if he's up to the task. As the body count piles up and internal affairs officers investigate Jeff and Cage for their prior wrongdoings, time is running out... Written by Michael Lenquette

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Zombies, kung-fu, zombie-eating tigers, bare breasts, and Joe Estevez! It's the ultimate B-movie! See more »

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Troma

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11 July 2006 (USA)  »

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Joe Estevez's Ultimate B-Movie  »

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Executive producer Andrew J. Rausch, who is also an author of books about film, had previously interviewed a number of directors who appear in this film for a book of interviews with film directors. These filmmakers are Lloyd Kaufman, J.R. Bookwalter, Jeff Burr, and Tom Savini. Two other directors whom Rausch had interviewed for the book - Oscar winner Roger Avary and Scott Spiegel - were also at one time slated to appear in voice cameos in the film but were ultimately unable to. See more »

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Video store clerk: Do you like lesbians? Lesbians are great!
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A Chris Watson production of a movie that may suck but at least wasn't boring... See more »

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References The Ninth Configuration (1980) See more »

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14 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

First fo all, I am a huge Zombie fan. I read that this one was shot in Kansas, and almost got it confused with the far superior Zombie Bloodbath 3: Zombie Armageddon, also shot in the Kansas area. I am sure these film-makers knew they were stealing the title as Zombie Armageddon was made three years before this film, maybe four. So I was a bit confused at first, thinking it may be a simply retitle of a film I already had.

I was wrong. This one is a zero budget effort with some good make-up and a few good ideas that somehow goes horribly wrong. Ari Bavel I see was also in this film. He was in Zombie Armageddon too!!! Now I KNOW the people behind this film knew of the other film. Nothing like a rip off. But again, I wanted to give it a chance. I still have no idea what I watched. No plot really. Some bad cops do bad things and zombies show up. There's a few seconds of OK gore and tones of Cameos by B-Movie vets. I sent an e-mail to Ed Neal asking WHY and he said he was suckered. I have no idea what that means but it's a waste. For some reason Tom Savini shows up for 3 seconds to play Jesus!! Again, no idea what it's about and all the horror Cameos in the world does not make up for the fact that it smells like bad fish - el stinko. Maybe they should have used more energy on a script or making a film rather than driving back and forth to an airport and paying for all the Cameos. Just not a good film, it has long stretches of dull talking and bad composition and lighting. I urge more people to take longer on the script. It really does make a difference. And never bore an audience.

It opens with the worst director that is allowed a budget to work with in my memory, Uwe Boll (House Of The Dead) telling us how bad this movie stinks. Nice intro. And if anyone should know, Uwe should know.


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