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Zombies Vs. Strippers (2012)

R | | Comedy, Horror | 9 July 2012 (USA)
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The Tough Titty is a strip club that's seen better days. Spider has been losing money on his business for years. Now it's finally getting the traffic he's always wanted... unfortunately, most of his patrons are undead.

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Alex Nicolaou
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Circus-Szalewski ... Spider
Eve Mauro ... Sugar Hills
Victoria Levine ... Bambi
Adriana Sephora Adriana Sephora ... Jasmine
Nihilist Gelo Nihilist Gelo ... Marvin (as J. Scott)
Don Baldaramos ... Bobby
Tanner Horn Tanner Horn ... DJ Bern
Brittany Gael Vaughn Brittany Gael Vaughn ... Vanilla
Adam Brooks Adam Brooks ... Spike
Patrick Lazzara ... Richard
Brad Potts ... Red Wings
Jonathan Erickson Eisley ... Rudy
Paul Vinson Paul Vinson ... Goon
Chance A. Rearden Chance A. Rearden ... Hambo
William Thomas Jones ... Pete the Wino
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The Tough Titty is a strip club that's seen better days. Spider has been losing money on his business for years. Now it's finally getting the traffic he's always wanted... unfortunately, most of his patrons are undead.

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Comedy | Horror

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Rated R for bloody horror violence, sexuality/nudity, language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Alex Nicolaou's directorial debut. See more »

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Referenced in Ooga Booga (2013) See more »

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Eat your face off, or strip your clothes off... well...
24 May 2013 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

As a zombie aficionado, I have to put my decaying hands on just about anything zombie I can come across, and with a title like this, I was fearing that it was going to be as bad as the 2008 "Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!" movie. But luckily I was just a notch better than that movie, not much, but just enough to make it bearable to sit through it to the very end.

Full Moon have some fairly questionable, but still worthwhile horror movies to their names, movies that are pseudo-legends in their own way, such as "Puppet Master" and the like, so you generally know what you are going to get from this movie. And it has been quite some time since I have stumbled upon something from Charles Band, so it was a nice surprise with this movie.

The story is fairly simple and straight forward, easy enough to follow even for the zombies amongst us in the audience. Set in a small, shady strip club, a group of exotic dancers and their boss find themselves trapped in their going-out-of-business strip club with hordes of the undead wrecking havoc in the city and pressing hard against the doors, hungry to get in to the debauchery and subtle flesh beyond the unlocked doors.

The zombies in the movie were adequately made, not overly amateurish, but just lacking enough gore and ghastly effects to be outstanding. But in overall, they did well enough with the zombies, and I have seen far worse in many other zombie movies.

As for the characters in the movies, well they were so one-dimensional and stereotypical that it was just downright awful. I am not saying that the people cast to portray these were doing bad jobs, just that the characters in the movie were not really characters that came off as cleverly thought through. And the questionable dialog all throughout the entire movie sure didn't help make the characters become more realistic.

If you are a zombie aficionado like me, then "Zombies vs Strippers" is well worth a watch if you haven't seen it already. Yes, it is low budget, but they pulled it off well enough to be entertaining.


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9 July 2012 (USA) See more »

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Zombie Decadence See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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$500,000 (estimated)
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