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Fist of Jesus (2012)

Jesus Christ and Judas Iscariot battle zombies.


David Muñoz
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marc Velasco ... Jesus
Noé Blancafort Noé Blancafort ... Judas
Salvador Llós Salvador Llós ... Jacobo
Victoria Roldán Victoria Roldán ... Sara (as Vicky Roldán)
Roger Sotera Roger Sotera ... Lázaro
José María Angorrilla José María Angorrilla ... Cowboy Boss (as J.M. Angorrilla)
Enrique Villalonga Enrique Villalonga ... Roman Squad
Juan Marí Susierra Juan Marí Susierra ... Roman Squad
Fernando Alfaya Fernando Alfaya ... Roman Squad
Fito Delgado Fito Delgado ... Roman Squad
Pedro E. Martínez Pedro E. Martínez ... Roman Squad
Adri O. Cheke Adri O. Cheke
Adrián Gracia ... (as Adrián Gutiérrez)
Julián López Julián López
Babel Gayo Babel Gayo


Jesus Christ and Judas Iscariot battle zombies.

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Fear the fist of the Saviour!


Short | Action | Comedy | Horror

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A Fist of Jesus video game was released in 2014. See more »


Edited into Zombieworld (2015) See more »

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The Goriest Story Ever Told.
14 July 2014 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

Remember that vicar in Peter Jackson's splatter classic Brain Dead who used his martial arts skills to smite zombies in the name of God? Well, here we have another fellow kicking undead arse for the Lord… none other than the son of God himself, Jesus Christ (Marc Velasco), who takes extreme and very gory measures after accidentally starting a zombie outbreak while showing off his power to resurrect the dead. With a little help from pal Judas (Noé Blancafort), JC chops, saws, hacks, punches and kicks his way through an army of mouldy flesh-eaters (which includes Pharisian zombies, Roman zombies, and Cowboy zombies—yes, you read that right… Cowboy zombies!) with only an endless supply of fish for weapons (it's that kind of film).

Incredibly stupid but also incredibly entertaining, Fist of Jesus is fifteen minutes of pure, unadulterated gore-drenched fun, directed with plenty of flair and energy by Adrián Cardona and David Muñoz, whose irreverent splat-stick style has clearly been inspired by the early work of the aforementioned Mr. Jackson. Guts are ripped, bodies torn asunder, piranha fish thrown and heads crushed, with as much blood and body-parts chucked about in the process as the budget will allow. By the end of the film, Jesus's traditional white robes have turned bright red. Needless to say, devout Christians should probably give this a wide berth: a healthy sense of humour about all things Biblical is a must.

8.5 out of 10, rounded up to 9 for IMDb.

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