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ZombieWestern: It Came from the West (2007)

Virgil lives alone with his bully father and a mute bartender and he is being mocked by the two tough cowboys Eddie and Hank. Because of The Dark Butcher who has been terrorizing the local ... See full summary »

Director:

Tor Fruergaard
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tor Fruergaard Tor Fruergaard ... Indian
Niels-Peter Henriksen Niels-Peter Henriksen ... Virgil
Kim Jeppesen Kim Jeppesen ... Eddie
Carsten Reinholdt Carsten Reinholdt ... Jack
Dan Russell Dan Russell ... (voice)
Jesper Soelberg Jesper Soelberg ... Indian Chief
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Storyline

Virgil lives alone with his bully father and a mute bartender and he is being mocked by the two tough cowboys Eddie and Hank. Because of The Dark Butcher who has been terrorizing the local Indian tribe, the Indians see no other way, than bringing the dead to live by performing The Forbidden Rituals. When the Zombies suddenly attack the saloon, action begins and true characters are brought to daylight. And who is The Dark Butcher? Written by Sidsel Hartlev

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A hand-puppet animated ZombieWestern

Genres:

Short | Horror

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish | English

Release Date:

2 March 2007 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

It Came from the West See more »

Filming Locations:

Viborg, Jylland, Denmark

Company Credits

Production Co:

Happy FlyFish See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(original)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Puppetry done bloody.
10 December 2008 | by ElijahCSkuggsSee all my reviews

Any fan of Meet the Feebles, Team America, Let My Puppets Come and anything horror, especially zombie related, should definitely get a kick out of Zombie Western: It Came From the West.

This lil short involves a young, under-appreciated son of a big brawling father. When Zombies come from the....west, the son is finally given an opportunity to show his non-believers that he's no weak-pi$$er.

This was a really cool little short that had gore, some good humor and lots of fantastic puppetry. The artistic aspect to the film was really unique looking and really a blast to watch. Not as glossy and put together as say Team America, but still just as amusing. Puppets and chainsaws are an instant win in my book. Also, it says to look out for the full length version. Not sure when we can see that, but I hope sooner rather than later.


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