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Attack of the Herbals (2011)

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Follows two unlikely heroes who stumble upon a mysterious crate, washed ashore. The locals find that the contents make a rather addictive herbal tea that turns the villagers into crazy zombies.

Director:

David Ryan Keith
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Calum Booth Calum Booth ... Jackson MacGregor
Steve Worsley Steve Worsley ... Russell Wallace
Richard Currie Richard Currie ... The Roadrunner
Liam Matheson Liam Matheson ... Bennett Campbell
Lee Hutcheon Lee Hutcheon ... Danny the Pincer
Claire McCulloch Claire McCulloch ... Jenny Robertson
Margaret Bramwell Margaret Bramwell ... Granny MacGregor
Jimmy Lynch Jimmy Lynch ... Grandad MacGregor
Alan Fraser Alan Fraser ... Aldof Frankenfurter
Lindsay Cromar Lindsay Cromar ... Nazi Prisoner
Dave Thomson Dave Thomson ... Mr. McAndrews
Mary Cox Mary Cox ... Mrs. McGinty
Daniel Greavey Daniel Greavey ... Daniel (as Dan Greavey)
Dorothy Taylor Dorothy Taylor ... Mrs. McTavish
Mark Wood ... Ball Crusher
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Follows two unlikely heroes who stumble upon a mysterious crate, washed ashore. The locals find that the contents make a rather addictive herbal tea that turns the villagers into crazy zombies.

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Taglines:

Putting the tea back in terror.

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Comedy | Horror

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 September 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Attack of the Nazi Herbals See more »

Filming Locations:

Johnshaven, Scotland, UK See more »

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Budget:

£15,000 (estimated)
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Clear Focus Movies See more »
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Runtime:

(original)

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color (HD)

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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David Ryan Keith made soup often for the cast and crew which on one occasion included the documentation for the new flask he had bought. See more »

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A huge Blue crash mat is visible during the scene 'Danny the Pincer' gets over powered. See more »

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A Perfect Blend of Scottish Entertainment
16 March 2012 | by Pesty4See all my reviews

Horror comedy movies have been given a new lease of life in recent times with Shaun of the Dead leading the way for the likes of Black Sheep & The Cottage being made with the same sense of humour in mind.

Debut director David Keith's "Attack of the Herbals" doesn't shy away from its influences, it embraces them. Strong performances from a cast of complete unknowns and a professional, well shot movie that takes the audience on a fun, thrilling and exciting journey as two friends accidentally poison their entire village by selling them 60 year old tea! The ridiculous plot only adds to the movies charm.

Look forward to seeing more from this team of Scottish film makers.


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