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Die You Zombie Bastards! (2005)

Thrill to the mayhem that ensues when ever-lovable serial killer Red Toole sets off on a globe-trotting quest in search of his missing wife, the lovely Violet, caught in the clutches of the... See full summary »


Caleb Emerson

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tim Gerstmar Tim Gerstmar ... Red / CoconutHeadFaceMan / Mother Nefarious / Thierry Toole
Geoff Mosher Geoff Mosher ... Baron Nefarious
Pippi Zornoza Pippi Zornoza ... Violet
Jamie Gillis ... Stavros
Hasil Adkins Hasil Adkins ... Himself
Jennifer K. Beal Jennifer K. Beal ... Shannon Maldonato
Sadie Blades Sadie Blades ... Nikki Maldonato
Zhana LaRenard Zhana LaRenard ... Britney Maldonato
Joe James Joe James ... Officer Konash (as Joe James)
Sandra Kennedy Sandra Kennedy ... Super Inga
Lon E. Plynton Lon E. Plynton ... Barundeb Duttah
Doug Williams Doug Williams ... Kid Fantastico
Llama Dick Llama Dick ... Hell Island Field Worker
Scott Horsley Scott Horsley ... Hell Island Field Worker / Zombie
Jesse Myers Jesse Myers ... Hell Island Field Worker


Thrill to the mayhem that ensues when ever-lovable serial killer Red Toole sets off on a globe-trotting quest in search of his missing wife, the lovely Violet, caught in the clutches of the evil Baron Nefarious who, of course, plans to conquer the world (or something) by turning everyone into mindless zombie slaves! The story may sound familiar, but trust us, you've never seen anything like this! Written by Anonymous

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The World's First EVER Serial Killer Superhero Rock'n'Roll Zombie Road Movie Romance


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Release Date:

February 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA See more »


Box Office


$150,000 (estimated)
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Did You Know?


Editor Daniel Strange cut this film to fulfill his end of a bet made with director Caleb Emerson while the two were in film school together. Strange and Emerson hated each other (and claim to hate each other to this day). In an attempt to jinx each other they made an agreement that if Strange got funding for a feature film first that Caleb would have to do the special effects, and if Caleb got funding for his feature first that Strange would have to edit it gratis. The two never spoke throughout the process of editing this feature film; they communicated to each other only through notes, emails and messages relayed by assistant editor Paul Nadjmabadi. See more »


On a map showing where Hell Island is, the Bermuda Triangle is shown to the west of South America, when it is actually northeast, the 3 points being Miami, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico. See more »


Violet: Do you know what I love?
Red: [excited] Rubber dicks?
Violet: Well yes, but that's not what I was going to say...
Red: [still excited] Rubber dicks slathered to the hilt with peanut butter?
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References Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »


Why Didn't You Tell Me You Were Dead?
Written by Bob Gampert (with Jeff Jacques, Patrick Moynihan, Doug Melanson)
Performed by Gimantis
(closing credits feature song)
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Just cheap and boring
22 January 2007 | by spazmodeusSee all my reviews

This movie is just amateur incompetence, not only in the way it looks (which I can forgive) but also in the acting, writing and the whole concept behind it. It's just stupid. Not campy, quirky, or even slightly clever or slightly interesting.

As anyone knows who rents a movie like this, there are dozens of excellent, cheap and hilarious zombie movies, made by people with an actual sense of humor. See, for example, Tokyo Zombie. That was a hilarious experience. Don't torture yourself with this worthless movie. It looks like something that was made just for the "buddies" of the people in it, and I'm sure they find it brilliant to watch themselves pretend to act, but the result does not need a wider release.

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