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Wiseguys vs. Zombies (2003)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Fantasy | Video 29 October 2003
Two of New York's most feared hitmen are given the task of transporting three bodies and a new drug to Miami. En route, they encounter trouble in the form of hillbilly zombies, created by the very drug they are to deliver.

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Credited cast:
Stewart Adamo ... Mr. Delbrone
Tony Bane ... Captain
Jon Bearr ... Zombie
Cesar Becerra ... Bodyguard 1
Gerardo N. Becerra ... Bodyguard 2
Olimpo Becerra ... The Cuban
Orlando Bortello ... Bookie
Catherine Brissey ... Sadie
Lauren Brooke ... Goat Man's Wife
Josh Burden ... Goat Man
Kerry Burnette ... Renchie the Kid
Jeremy Busbee ... Sheriff
Andy Carter ... Jeb
Cathy Chamblee ... Chicago Bar Patron
Karen Cobb ... Aunt Karen
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Two of New York's most feared hitmen are given the task of transporting three bodies and a new drug to Miami. En route, they encounter trouble in the form of hillbilly zombies, created by the very drug they are to deliver.

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Two Hitmen. One Delivery. A Trunk Full of Bodies. It's Showtime...


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Troma

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29 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Zombies vs. Satan  »

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$5,000 (estimated)
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The movie was shot following the Dogpile 95 doctrine of digital filmmaking, created and written by Lloyd Kaufman, founder of Troma Entertainment, as a parody of Lars von Trier's and Thomas Vinterberg's Dogme 95. See more »

Quotes

Sadie: What is that?
August Mirabella: It's the drug.
Sadie: Oh, so you're a drug dealer?
August Mirabella: No. I'm a himan.
Sadie: Oh, so you just kill people.
August Mirabella: Uh... yeah.
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At the end of the credits, the disclaimer says:" No animals (especially goats) were harmed during the making of this film. Seriously." See more »

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References The Boondock Saints (1999) See more »

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Kiss My Balls
Performed by Peter Longfellow and the Hairy Scrotum Boys
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Very bad
24 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

Even as a double feature this DVD isn't worth the rental. Both movies were bad with little value. The first one Wiseguys vs zombies was as cheap as they come and somehow got chosen to be on this set with another bad offering Meat For satans Icebox, the second half of the feature. Bad acting in both movies. MFSI looks like it was filmed with home video equipment and had the worst music ever. WVZ had little more to work with but it look better and the music was good in points. Meat had better gore scenes and had nude, but not very pretty ones. I'm just going to stop buying movies from Troma. They are always releasing bad movies and I am surprised they still have fans.


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