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Una de zombis (2003)

Two former Catholic school classmates want to be movie makers despite their total lack of talent, contacts, or even a story to tell.


Miguel Ángel Lamata (as Lamata), Miguel Ángel Aijón (as Aijón)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Miguel Ángel Aparicio Miguel Ángel Aparicio ... Caspas (as Miguel Aparicio)
Mayte Navales Mayte Navales ... Carla
Miguel Ángel Aijón Miguel Ángel Aijón ... Aijón (as Aijón)
Nacho Rubio Nacho Rubio ... El Duende
Salomé Jiménez Salomé Jiménez ... La Puños
Santiago Segura ... Padre Pelayo / Entrecot / Self
Raúl Sanz ... Johhny Maldad
Natalia Moreno Natalia Moreno ... Luchi
Miguel Ángel Tirado Miguel Ángel Tirado ... Padre de Aijón (as Marianico 'El Corto')
Javier Coronas Javier Coronas ... López Sanz
Luis Orna Luis Orna ... Morlaco
María José Moreno ... Madre de Aijón (as Mª José Moreno)
Pedro Rebollo Pedro Rebollo ... Rumor
Javier Tenias Javier Tenias ... Pólipo
Christian Bautista Christian Bautista ... Aijón niño (as Cristian Bautista)


Two former Catholic school classmates want to be movie makers despite their total lack of talent, contacts, or even a story to tell.

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Son asesinos, van armados... y la tumba les aburre mortalmente (They are murderers, they are armed... and the grave bores them to death) See more »


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In the final scene, Aijón offers his script to the famous Spanish producer Santiago Segura (played by himself). In Segura's office there are posters of the saga of Torrente, even there are posters of non-filmed sequels. See more »


References Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley (1998) See more »


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Written by Juan Carlos Bueno Martínez, Erick Fabian Moreno Godoy, Marc González Corsellas, Isamel Berenjena Sidera and David Sudera Padrosa
Performed by Rockzilla
Produced by GP Records
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Great Z-series movie
22 January 2006 | by dcldanSee all my reviews

First of all: This is a Z-series movie. This means, done with few money, with zombies and monsters and this kind of stuff. Surprisingly, the film results quite entertaining, although the actors don't play a good part, the story is so absurd that this is not necessary. In addition the screen play is very well done (the best of all the film), which makes the story amusing. Special effects are not bad, neither good. The film is good, but remember, you will see lots of free violence in a Spanish "cutre" (impossible to translate) way, with a very dark sense of humour and of course, lots of lots of blood and internal organs of human bodies. If you are a little exigent about the films you see, it is very possible that you hate this film, if you are more open-minded and you can watch something offensive without losing your nerves, you will like this film. In few time it will be considered a cult movie, in the same way as "toxic avenger", bad, very bad but funny, very funny.

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Release Date:

2 January 2004 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

La notte dei morti dementi See more »

Filming Locations:

Madrid, Spain See more »


Box Office


ESP200,000,000 (estimated)

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Aldea Films See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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