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Zombex (2013)

As things are turning around for the city, people must face a disaster of epic proportions. They are dealing with the prospect of losing the people of New Orleans as they turn into the city's walking dead.

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Jesse Dayton

Writer:

Jesse Dayton
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lew Temple ... Aldous Huxley
Malcolm McDowell ... Dr. Soulis
David Christopher ... Charlie Thibideaux
Sid Haig ... The Commander
Corey Feldman ... Dr. Jamison
Pierre Kennel Pierre Kennel ... Rush Chandler
John Doe ... Seamus O'Connor
Emily Kaye Emily Kaye ... Katy Ann
Desiree McKinney Desiree McKinney ... Thea
Tom Araya ... Nowhere Man
Edward Saint Pe' Edward Saint Pe' ... Boudreaux (as Edward St Pe)
Kinky Friedman Kinky Friedman ... Staff Sgt. James
Anthony Obi Anthony Obi ... Dimebag
Trey LaCour Trey LaCour ... Trey
Timeca M. Seretti ... Disheveled Woman
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Storyline

ZOMBEX tells the story of a post-Katrina New Orleans as it deals with a new disaster, a zombie apocalypse. NOLA residents are no longer experiencing the depression and post-traumatic stress due to the trauma of the hurricane, thanks to the revolutionary ZOMBEX - a rogue, yet, "clinically-proven" anti-depressant pharmaceutical manufactured by a nefarious organization. For those who call the Big Easy their home, everything is just now turning around for them. Or, could it just be the drug, ZOMBEX, talking... Just as things are turning around for the city and its people, they once again must face a disaster of epic proportions. Only this time, they're dealing with the prospect of losing the people of New Orleans as they turn into the city's walking dead... Written by Zombex

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The revolutionary treatment guaranteed to ease your mind. Permanently.


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for zombie violence, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »

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Zombex gives more than I thought it would!
2 December 2013 | by lanceknowseverythingSee all my reviews

1st of all, zombie films are a dime a dozen. We all know it. So I went into this thinking it was going to provide all the stereotypical "zombie" movie traits and it did do some of those, but it also landed in a few places that surprised me. Malcolm McDowell is good in it but he's generally good in everything he does, so no big surprise there. Sid Haig, Corey Feldman and Tom Araya aren't in the film as much as I wanted them to be but they do punch the film up in places where it needs it. The thing I liked the best about Zombex though was actor Lew Temple. Lew played Axl from last seasons Walking Dead. He's hilarious in the film. Has a real southern twang and pushes every scene he's in. I don't think the film would have been good at all with out Temple. He's a force and he gets to deliver the goods in Zombex. The action is OK, but the big kill towards the end is pretty mind blowing. Shocking the film maker got away with that gnarly of a kill. The girls in the film reminded me of Russ Myers chicks. Lot's of ass kicking and even a hot sex scene that not what you'd think. I thought the film was a hell of a fun ride. Check out Zombex!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 October 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

ZombeX - Walking of the Dead See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA See more »

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Baumant Entertainment See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (RCA Sound Recording)

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Color
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