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Lazarus: Apocalypse (original title)
Lazarus: APOCALYPSE revolves around the character of George A. Lazarus (Ray Capuana, Emerging Past), an insurance investigator who schedules routine interviews with twelve employees and ... See full summary »
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Natalie Victoria ... Bethany Loomis
Ray Capuana Ray Capuana ... George A. Lazarus
Kevin Eugene Franklin Kevin Eugene Franklin ... Ben 'Chip' Logan
James Duval ... Roger Abel
Stephen Geoffreys ... Steven Wells
Josh Hammond Josh Hammond ... Jimmy
Brooke Lewis Bellas ... Ms. Daniels (as Brooke Lewis)
Janet Tracy Keijser ... Beatrice The Enchanted Woman
Brian Andrews ... Senior
Jeff Dylan Graham ... Freddy
Serena Lorien ... Andrea
Krista Grotte Saxon ... Marion Crane (as Krista Grotte)
Sarah French ... Marilyn
Thomas J. Churchill ... Mammon Beelzebub
Raven Lexy ... Eve
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Lazarus: APOCALYPSE revolves around the character of George A. Lazarus (Ray Capuana, Emerging Past), an insurance investigator who schedules routine interviews with twelve employees and owner Mammon Beelzebub (played by Churchill, writer/director The Emerging Past, Check Point) of the Deadly Sin Cigarette Company upon the receipt of a rather suspicious insurance claim. In the process, he learns that all twelve had recently been fired for being sick at the job, and then subsequently and without a trace, they disappeared. Two weeks later, with Lazarus now a missing person, his heart-sick fiancée Bethany Loomis (Natalie Victoria, Dead Head) and Chip (Kevin Eugene Franklin) undertake the task of finding him. While retracing his steps, they learn that what was initially regarded as a simple fraud investigation case may actually be the beginning of the end of the human race. Set in Hollywood in 1957. Written by Anonymous

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This is not a new film,but a slightly re-cut version of Lazarus: Apocalypse (2014) See more »

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Referenced in The Amityville Harvest (2020) See more »

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Low Budget with Style
7 February 2021 | by shanksfilmmakerSee all my reviews

I read poor reviews here and disagree. For a low budget film I thought it had style beyond many horror films I have watched. The black and white 50's scenes were believable in that Hollywood era.

I was happy to see gorgeous Brooke Lewis Bellas in a role like that as I think she has some real acting chops that we do not get to see enough in these horror films. I saw Thomas J. Churchill directed this but I did not know he acted too and he did a really cool character. With all the crap horror films streaming right now I really liked this one.


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English

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1 September 2015 (USA) See more »

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Hollywood Apocalypse See more »

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