While the Civil War rages on, President Abraham Lincoln must undertake an even more daunting task - destroying the Confederate Undead.


Richard Schenkman


Karl T. Hirsch (story), J. Lauren Proctor (story) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Bill Oberst Jr. ... Abraham Lincoln
Kent Igleheart Kent Igleheart ... Thomas Lincoln
Rhianna Van Helton Rhianna Van Helton ... Nancy Lincoln
Brennen Harper ... Young Abe Lincoln
Josh Sinyard Josh Sinyard ... Aide (as Joshua Sinyard)
Debra Crittenden ... Mary Todd Lincoln
Bernie Ask Bernie Ask ... Edwin Stanton
Chris Hlozek ... Major John McGill
Richard Schenkman ... Dr. Malinoff
Jim E. Chandler ... Eckert
Corey Seawell Corey Seawell ... Union Soldier
Jason Vail ... John Wilkinson
Jason Hughley ... Wilson Brown
Eric Lee Galloway Eric Lee Galloway ... Chris Pike (as Eric Galloway)
Ronald Ogden ... Robert Chamberlin (as Ron Ogden)


As Abraham Lincoln labors over the Gettysburg address, the importance of which he is fully aware, he learns that a menace from his past has returned, threatening to tear the already fractured nation to pieces. He must journey behind enemy lines to face an foe far more fearsome than the Confederate army: the walking dead. Written by Anonymous

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


He emancipated the slaves... he saved the Union... and slaughtered the undead!


Action | Comedy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody zombie violence | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Bill Oberst Jr. (Abraham Lincoln) plays two different zombies in the 2011 TV series Death Valley (2011). See more »


At one point, Lincoln steps out of a warehouse window on to a lower roof. The lower roof has asphalt shingles, which didn't exist until well into the 20th century. See more »


Abraham Lincoln: Kill all these zombies.
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Referenced in Pride & Prejudice & Zombies (2013) See more »


Performed by Russell Courter (as Russell J. Courter)
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Not complete garbage...
24 August 2014 | by Wizard-8See all my reviews

It's pretty obvious that "Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies" was made to cash in on the publicity generated by the big budget major Hollywood studio movie "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter". And it's pretty obvious that this movie, being a production from the low budget movie studio The Asylum, is not going to be very good even before you start watching it. Still, there's a little praise I can give this production. For was was a REAL low budget, the movie doesn't look that bad - it's obvious that the filmmakers managed to squeeze every last penny out of their limited funds. Also, some of the actors in the movie do seem to be trying hard despite the threadbare conditions. There are also no real boring bits, and there is a lot of blood and gore shed. But despite merit such as what I've described, the movie doesn't work in the end. The biggest problem with the movie is its tone - though there are plenty of flesh- eating zombies on the prowl, the movie doesn't manage to make them scary or feel like a real threat. The tone of the movie is instead sedate and casual, wrong for a horror movie such as this, even one that clearly isn't taking everything seriously. While the movie doesn't work in the end, I will freely admit I've seen worse horror movies both from and not from The Asylum.

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Release Date:

29 May 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies See more »

Filming Locations:

Savannah, Georgia, USA


Box Office


$150,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

The Asylum See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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