A drug experiment gone wrong produces a league of blood-thirsty zombies. It is up to a small band of exotic dancers trapped in a gentleman's club to fight back. Together they must rely on ...
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A drug experiment gone wrong produces a league of blood-thirsty zombies. It is up to a small band of exotic dancers trapped in a gentleman's club to fight back. Together they must rely on their wits and skills to survive the night, and pray that they don't become victims of the flesh-eating zombies!Written by
Producer and story / screenwriter & editor 'Tony (Anthony Steven) Giordano' is credited as the 'T.V. show clip host', and is the one sitting on the couch. See more »
At about 32:06, during the second zombie attack when right arm gets eaten from shoulder, the special effects blood tube is visible on the victim' s back as well as her hand helping to hold it. See more »
I work in a strip club because I can make more money in three nights than I can working 40 hour week that I went to school for, so if guys are stupid enough to pay me to shake what God gave me - if they are stupid enough or horney enough, then fine, pay me; there's nothing wrong with that, but I don't try to delude myself into what I'm doing is a good choice: it's not!. I hate the men I dance for! I go home smelling like them and at the end of the day, I sure don't wanna look
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For a low-budget "zom-com" (zombie-comedy) this film wasn't too bad. Essentially, a chemist is experimenting with a cure for cancer and an acquaintance of his, who happens to be a drug dealer, picks it up thinking it is a form of meth. One thing leads to another and soon he and some prostitutes are flesh eating zombies who are trying to get into a strip club to satisfy their hunger. Naturally, the strippers and a few others try to fight them off the best that they can. Anyway, having given a brief outline of the plot allow me to say that there were a few humorous parts here and there. There was also quite a bit of gore along with more of a straight storyline than I expected. There were also some attractive women, most notably Lyanna Tumaneng (as "Dallas"), Jessica Barton ("Dakota") and Juliet Reeves ("Pandora"). So in essence what this film offers is a little humor, sexy women and plentiful special effects. Unfortunately, the acting simply wasn't good enough to differentiate this film from a host of other low-budget zombie comedies that are currently flooding the market. And because of that I have rated it as slightly below average.
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