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Zombie Atrocity: The Italian Zombie Movie - Part 2 (2010)

Unrated | | Horror | 30 July 2010 (USA)
When his twin brother is brutally murdered, a brave soldier, a sexy psychic, an evil succubus, her oafish boyfriend, two mysterious aliens and the Michigan Militia inadvertently combine forces in a landfill of the living dead.






Credited cast:
Jeffrey S. Bromley ... Bruno
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Laurie Beckeman ... Maria
Dan Grams ... Ruggerro
LaShelle Mikesell ... Katriona


Part two of a two-part homage (and parody of) European horror movies from the 1970s-80s. This no-budget epic is the sequel to "Zombie Abomination: The Italian Zombie Movie - Part 1" and picks up the action right where part 1 leaves off. If you like chunk-blowing gore, ridiculously sexist characters, loads of laughs and more plots than a cemetery, you'll enjoy this horror festival and convention favorite! Written by Thomas Berdinski

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When the dead eat - You're dead meat!






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$2,000 (estimated)
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The sequel is an okay indie film, vast improvement over first
30 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

I picked up both parts of this film at Cinema Wasteland and finally got around to watching them.

While I am reviewing the second one, I feel it's important to quickly mention the first film. Most of the plot exposition and establishment was in the first movie and just wasn't entertaining, funny, or cool in any way. It was poorly made, poorly executed, and just not interesting. It was actually painful to watch at times. It was a huge chore for me to toss in part 2, but I was already this far deep in pain so I decided to finish it.

Part 2 was a vast improvement in almost every way. Granted it's still extremely low budget, moreso than the other movies I picked up at the show, but it was all around BETTER than what I had just watched. Shot just a little better, written just a little better, paced a little better. Gore was better done, it actually made me laugh several times, I just all around enjoyed this one better.

I can't even fully place my finger on HOW things improved or what improved, it was just a much better attempt at the filmmaker. I'm curious where he goes from here.

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