Romeo Montague is the alias of (the re-animated) Patient Zero, a skilled, mutated android hit-man/pimp/ancient relics collector, that lives in Verona City, N.Y.; a dystopic metropolis filled with extreme horror and sexual deviancy.

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Tony Watt ... Patient Zero / Romeo Montague
Vivita Vivita ... Julie Capuletti / Officer Ilham Otaku / Altar Girl
Martin Magee Martin Magee ... Tricky
Michelle Newland Michelle Newland ... Nurse Ingrid / Rose
Devika Devika ... Killar Queen
Lloyd Kaufman ... Richard Rammer - The Reporter
Damian Smith Damian Smith ... Gabriel The Arch-Angel
Danny Fisher Danny Fisher ... Doctor Frank N. Swine
Fab Martinez Fab Martinez ... The Fisherman
Alyssa Nicole Pallett Alyssa Nicole Pallett ... Tricky's Bedroom Ol' Lady
Shauna Jaeger Kartt Shauna Jaeger Kartt ... Lucy Furburger / Reefer-Vamp / Hooker (as Shauna Jaeger)
Jason G. Butler ... Otto
Brett M. Butler Brett M. Butler ... Fritz
Chris Chikwendu Chris Chikwendu ... Chris the Henchman / Christ
Deanna Prall Deanna Prall ... Blonde Hooker Vamp
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Romeo Montague is the alias of (the re-animated) Patient Zero, a skilled, mutated android hit-man/pimp/ancient relics collector, that lives in Verona City, N.Y.; a dystopic metropolis filled with extreme horror & sexual deviancy; featuring: a lustful, demonic, man-eating Astro-Queen, a psychotic South American underworld god, human/android sex-slave party-girls, bloodthirsty zombies, vengeful deities and alien hooker vampire junkies/go-go girls. The cities are also plagued with murderous cybernetic 'goon' robots, that are constantly trying to take Montague's life, as he and his street hustling pal 'Tricky' tries to figure out which one of his jive-ass enemies are trying to kill him (as well as trying to stay one step ahead of 'The Man'). In the middle of this chaos, Romeo/Zero tries to find the thief of his ancient , multi-million dollar voodoo ring. Written by Tony Watt

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Based on Tony Watt's graphic novel series. See more »

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Tricky: [When asked about the supernatural event that had transpired] It's Hoo-doo, I tells ya!
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The Downside of the "Anyone Can Make a Movie" Era
16 July 2015 | by gameofpeterSee all my reviews

We live in an age where absolutely anyone has access to editing and effects software and some kind of a video camera, where anyone can "make their own movie" and even post it online or on YouTube for anyone to see it. That can be a very great thing, when that movie turns out to be a good one. But it can also be a truly awful thing when that movie turns out to be truly awful, which is sadly the case with "Frankenpimp," a movie that I only bothered watching online because I was under the impression it was a sequel to (or at least had something to do with) the popular cult film "Frankenhooker." That's obviously an assumption the filmmaker of this piece of garbage was hoping people would make, to trick us into watching this unfortunate piece of garbage. This "movie" if you can even call it that is just a way too long (it feels like about six hours) and incredibly amateurish jaunt down one "filmmaker's" egotistical lane. There is nothing worth seeing in this movie other than a couple attractive girls. One gets the impression this "filmmaker" just threw something together in an attempt to get girls to show him some skin. The same guy wrote/directed/produced/starred which is always a dead giveaway for it not being any kind of real movie. If anyone involved in making this movie sees this: please retire, this "movie" was a travesty on every level.


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13 October 2009 (USA) See more »

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Brampton, Ontario, Canada See more »

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CAD30,000 (estimated)
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