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Zonbideo (2011)

Aiko along with his zombie nerd co-worker Hashimoto and Uncle must fight a group of zombies led by Yasude at their office.They have no Guns,no Chanisaws,no Baseball Bats just a mysterious VHS Tape.

Director:

Kenji Murakami

Writer:

Katsuo Kawai (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Akari Akari
Mai Hagiwara Mai Hagiwara
Tomu Miyazaki Tomu Miyazaki
Yûji Morita Yûji Morita
Saki Nakajima Saki Nakajima ... Kanabun
Kôichi Ohori Kôichi Ohori
Chisato Okai Chisato Okai
Mayu Sugano Mayu Sugano
Jtarô Sugisaku Jtarô Sugisaku ... (as J-Tarô Sugisaku)
Airi Suzuki Airi Suzuki
Miyuki Torii Miyuki Torii ... Yasude
Maimi Yajima Maimi Yajima ... Aiko
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Aiko along with his zombie nerd co-worker Hashimoto and Uncle must fight a group of zombies led by Yasude at their office.They have no Guns,no Chanisaws,no Baseball Bats just a mysterious VHS Tape.

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Comedy | Horror

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

29 December 2012 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Rage of the Undead See more »

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Much of the cast, including the main actress are members of a popular Japanese pop group c-ute. See more »

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Zomvideo
22 December 2017 | by a_baronSee all my reviews

The Japanese are renowned for their bizarre sense of humour, and they don't come anymore bizarre than this one. A film production company is making a film about zombies, and real zombies are making inroads into substantial tranches of the population. That's about all you need to know, and even if it loses nothing in translation, which is extremely doubtful, about all you will be able to understand.

On the plus side, if you like special effects, including blood, you might find "Zomvideo" mildly amusing. The soundtrack is both largely instrumental and distinctly superior, but when you've said that, you've said it all.


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