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Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies (2001)

Stacy (original title)
Girls surrounding 17 years old are affected by an illness that make her to be 'Stacies': they feel a strange and momentary happiness until they become zombies.


Naoyuki Tomomatsu


Kenji Ohtsuki (novel) (as Kenji Otsuki), Chisato Ôgawara (screenplay)




Credited cast:
Norman England Norman England ... Jeff
Tomoka Hayashi Tomoka Hayashi ... Nozomi
Yukijirô Hotaru Yukijirô Hotaru
Ryôichi Inaba Ryôichi Inaba
Natsuki Katô Natsuki Katô ... Eiko
Ryûki Kitaoka Ryûki Kitaoka
Shirô Misawa Shirô Misawa
Masayoshi Nogami Masayoshi Nogami ... Father
Kenji Ohtsuki Kenji Ohtsuki ... (as Kenji Otsuki)
Toshinori Omi Toshinori Omi ... Shibukawa
Hinako Saeki Hinako Saeki
Yoji Tanaka Yoji Tanaka ... Rokuyama
Masayoshi Tomomatsu Masayoshi Tomomatsu
Donpei Tsuchihira Donpei Tsuchihira
Yasutaka Tsutsui Yasutaka Tsutsui ... Dr. Inugami Sukekiyo


Girls surrounding 17 years old are affected by an illness that make her to be 'Stacies': they feel a strange and momentary happiness until they become zombies.

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At the beginning of New Era, Unknown death spreads to young girls aged 15-17. But, they got their lives on the earth again as Living Deads. And then, people in fear named them... STACY. See more »


Comedy | Horror


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Did You Know?


There is a advert on the TV advertising a chainsaw attachment which you can fit on your hand. It's called "Blues Campbell's Right Hand 2", a reference to Bruce Campbell. See more »


References Re-Animator (1985) See more »

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Nights Of The Odd Zombie Schoolgirls
5 September 2007 | by Witchfinder-General-666See all my reviews

Naoyuki Tomomatsu's "Stacy" of 2001 is a messy and confusing, but highly entertaining and amusing humorous gore flick like it will only be made in the Land Of The Rising Sun.

In the near future (beginning of the 21st century), girls between 15 and 17 suddenly fall victims to a mysterious epidemic plague. After a period of gratuitous "Near Death Happiness" ("NDH") , the cheerful girls die, only to rise from the dead as flesh eating zombie-schoolgirls, commonly referred to as Stacies. These Stacies infest the streets with their desire for flesh, until they are "repeat-killed". In order to repeat-kill a Stacy, she must be cut in 165 pieces, a task which is performed mainly by the "Romero Repeat-Kill Troops", Swat teams in trucks specialized on Stacy-disposal...

When watching "Stacy", I couldn't help but laugh my ass off almost throughout the entire film. The plot es absolute nonsense, and there is no suspense at all, but it is (besides the excessive gore) exactly the absurd story that makes this movie such a joy to watch. "Stacy" is furthermore a tribute to Zombie-Classics, as the whole movie is full of references to movies like "The Evil Dead" or George A. Romero's 'Dead' films ("Romero Repeat-Kill Troops", a popular chainsaw called "Bruce Campbell's Right Hand, etc.).

The performances range from bearable to awful, but since this is a movie with a twinkle in the eye, that has to be seen with a certain sense of humor, the terrible acting is not really bothersome. As mentioned above, the gore is extreme, which is the movie's main purpose, and which should serve as a recommendation to my fellow gore-fans. "Stacy" may be pure nonsense, the plot is unbelievably odd and confusing at times and the acting is terrible, but the movie is certainly quite amusing for a fan of splatter flicks. Recommended for a good, gory laugh.

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Release Date:

18 August 2001 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies See more »

Filming Locations:

Tamagawa River, Tokyo, Japan

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1.85 : 1
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