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Zombie Beach Party (2003)

Ulysses, a professional wrestler, is going to watch another fight in which a wrestler is up against a horde of zombies. One of the zombies kills a waitress and Ulysses and his friends ... See full synopsis »

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Stacey Case
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jules Delorme Jules Delorme ... Ulysses
Jennifer Thom Jennifer Thom ... Mercedes
Raymond Carle Raymond Carle ... Blue Saint
Rob 'El Fuego' Etcheverria Rob 'El Fuego' Etcheverria ... Tiki (as Rob Etcheverria)
Sean K. Robb Sean K. Robb ... Mister X
Sinn Bodhi Sinn Bodhi ... Zombie King / Original Saint (as Nicholas Sinn)
Jason Winn 'J.B. Destiny' Bareford ... Murdelizer (as Jason Bareford)
Jim Neidhart ... Sheriff Logan (as Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhardt)
Jennifer Deschamps Jennifer Deschamps ... French Vixen
Spilios Kapoglis Spilios Kapoglis ... Deputy Mo
Fuchsia Fuchsia ... Jennie
Geoff Ewart Geoff Ewart ... Chad
Sarah Murr Sarah Murr ... Blossom
Contessa Oblivian Contessa Oblivian ... Cherry
Taylor Flook Taylor Flook ... Chained Blonde
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Storyline

Ulysses, a professional wrestler, is going to watch another fight in which a wrestler is up against a horde of zombies. One of the zombies kills a waitress and Ulysses and his friends decide to take matters into their own hands and track down the origins of the creatures.

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Horror

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 November 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Enter... Zombie King! See more »

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Budget:

$220,000 (estimated)
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Color
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George A. Romero was originally cast as the "Zombie King", but had to cancel due to scheduling difficulties See more »

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Spoofed in Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies (2014) See more »

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Fun time Sunday afternoon movie.
16 July 2007 | by supertrooper573See all my reviews

This movie was made to watch and laugh at. It was on afternoon TV, and thats the category it should be judged in. It's cheesy, the acting is dubious, and make up is terrible. All of that comes together in a way that makes it campy fun. Don't watch it expecting Titanic or Dawn of the Dead; think Lost Skeleton of Cadavera, and you'll be on the right track. Just turn off the higher functions, crack a beer, and relax. Its a movie where Luchador heroes battle outrageous villains that would be at home in any Saban live action show, with over the top everything and a decent soundtrack to boot. I can only hope that more equally cheesy movies come out to balance the epic films that seem to be in vogue right now. Viva los Luchadors!


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