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Zombie Love (2007)

The musical Zombie Love tells the story of Dante, a 200 year old zombie, who falls in love with Claudia, a mortal girl, after he saves her from an attack by two grave robbers. Thinking that... See full summary »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Brad Culver ... Dante
Esme Allen Esme Allen ... Claudia
Chris Payne Chris Payne ... Lincoln
Brett Waldon Brett Waldon ... Ted
Steven Wendt Steven Wendt ... Zack
Lindsay Rosenboom Lindsay Rosenboom ... Young Woman
Christopher Young Christopher Young ... Grave Robber Dick
Seth Stewart Seth Stewart ... Grave Robber Harry
Ayana Hampton Ayana Hampton ... Hooker Stella V.
Daniel Gallai ... Waiter / Mime
Bresha Webb ... Teenager
Brook Burkhardt Brook Burkhardt ... Dancer
Kimmy Chericitti Kimmy Chericitti ... Dancer
Jessica Emmons Jessica Emmons ... Dancer
Alison Haggerty Alison Haggerty ... Dancer
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The musical Zombie Love tells the story of Dante, a 200 year old zombie, who falls in love with Claudia, a mortal girl, after he saves her from an attack by two grave robbers. Thinking that a zombie could never win her love, he changes his flesh-eating ways in order to win the girl of his dreams. The closer Dante gets to his desired love, the harder he finds it to maintain the facade, especially when his zombie friends encourage him to eat a teenage girl they have captured. What Dante doesn't know, however, is that Claudia is already in love with the zombie that saved her from the robbers and desperately tries to find him. This musical extravaganza, filled with singing, dancing, blood and gore, will have you laughing all the way to your grave! Written by Anonymous

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He'll steal you're heart, if he doesn't eat it first!


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USA | Netherlands

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 April 2007 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

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McGuffin Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.66 : 1
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Zombie Love leaves you with an appetite for more
27 November 2007 | by sauron-15See all my reviews

Zombie Love is a highly entertaining movie that combines two seemingly totally different movie genres into one.

The theme of the movie is appealing. It is, after all, a love story about two people (well, one actually, if you don't count the dead guy) who are very unlikely to fall in love with each other, and yet, they do. The choices they are faced with are universal, and very recognizable: The lead zombie Dante is confronted with the choice whether he should betray his zombie nature and his friends because of his love for Claudia. Claudia on the other hand has to choose whether or not she is to follow her heart in the search for her truly beloved zombie. This may sound dull; after all, movies have been made about these themes wherein the characters talk, and talk, and talk…

Not in Zombie Love! Why? Well, it's a musical! Instead of whining, characters burst into song! This movie offers horror, drama, romance, humor and music all in one package.

Because of the very clever way the plot is written, the humor, music and drama go hand in hand, without one overruling the other. The zombie theme is not merely a continuing joke. It really adds to the story, which is compelling and funny. The lyrics and music are well written, and the two main characters share a chemistry not often seen in the semi-professional genre. A little background knowledge of the horror and musical genres can help the viewer to appreciate the inside jokes even more, but there's enough to enjoy even if it's your first encounter with a zombie-musical movie.

To say anything about the finale would be a horrible spoiler, so I'm not going to. You're just gonna have to buy the DVD or keep a lookout for a screening at a place near you. Be warned though: Don't watch it alone! It's worth to have somebody with you to share the fun with!


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