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The Book of Zombie (2010)

A small, sleepy Utah town gets an undead wake-up call when all of the townspeople of Mormon faith suddenly transform into flesh-eating ghouls! Now, a group of 'non-believers' unaffected by ... See full summary »

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Scott Kragelund (story), Erik Van Sant
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Brian Ibsen Brian Ibsen ... David Driscoll
Larisa Peters Larisa Peters ... Jenny King
Andrew Loviska Andrew Loviska ... Darwin Nedry
Paul Cantu Paul Cantu ... Charlie Cooper
Adrienne MacIain Adrienne MacIain ... Piper McKenzie
Bill Johns Bill Johns ... Boothe Gardener
Elissa Dowling ... Henrietta
Andrew Evans Andrew Evans ... Brother Smith
Adam Gehrke Adam Gehrke ... Brother Joseph
Bill Hinton Bill Hinton ... Angry Pitchfork Man
Steve Cortesi Steve Cortesi ... Mr. Linderman
William J. Sadler William J. Sadler ... Boardroom Lead
Ben Andrews ... Boardroom Messenger
Mikale Orren Mikale Orren ... Receptionist
Keith Bride Keith Bride ... Boardroom Member
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A small, sleepy Utah town gets an undead wake-up call when all of the townspeople of Mormon faith suddenly transform into flesh-eating ghouls! Now, a group of 'non-believers' unaffected by the mysterious epidemic must band together to survive the night and answer the burning question: How do you kill a Mormon zombie? Written by Anonymous

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Action | Comedy | Horror

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USA

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English

Release Date:

19 June 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Everett, Washington, USA See more »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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Shot in and around Seattle, Washington for under US$15,000. See more »

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Ruined By Non Existent Production Values
12 March 2014 | by Theo RobertsonSee all my reviews

One evening David Driscoll and his partner sit at a sullen table at home having a meal . There's a knock on the door and David answers it to find two missionary Mormons standing there . Telling them he's not interested he closes the door in their face . Seconds later there's another knock and he again answers it to find the two Mormons have become zombies

There's a good idea in here somewhere . In many ways it tries to emulate the zombie comedy horror as seen in the likes of SHAUN OF THE DEAD while at the same time having a poke at religion so no complaints from me . What I will complain about is the sheer ineptness on every level seen in this movie . As soon as the story starts you're aware of how disjointed the set up . Two Mormons become zombies and before you know it the entire Mormon population of the town are flesh eating ghouls converting the humans to their ranks . There's no impact aesthetic or build up to this and you're how disjointed this seems . Everything else continues in the same way as a handful of survivors board up a store to protect themselves . The acting is appalling , the editing and cinematography non existent and the gore is laughable in a totally unintentional way . It does contain a couple of good ideas such as Mormons rejecting all chemical substances such as nicotine , alcohol and caffeine therefore these zombies can be killed by cola . It might have been worth salvaging if it had a competent director ( This movie has three credited directors ! ) a bigger budget and better actors but THE BOOK OF ZOMBIE is very poor stuff to the point of almost being unwatchable


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