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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 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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Fist Of Fun
7 April 2014 | by Theo RobertsonSee all my reviews

Sometimes it helps if you go in to a film generally and a short film in particular knowing absolutely about it . I noticed Bob's one line summary and decided to stop reading there and then and catch the film in its entirety on the shortoftheweek website . Like nearly every other film I've seen on that website I decided to forgo reading the written comments that always goes along with the film and just watch it ignorant as to what I'd be getting

This was a very good idea because all I knew was it was " gory " and had" a good sense of humour " . As it started I realised something else - it was in Spanish and Spanish cinema has a long and noble history of horror and twisted morbid cinema which is both enjoyable and thought provoking . If you're expecting something biblical with this story then think again because this is Monty Python meets the early splatter punk horror of Peter Jackson . Early in to the running time Jesus feels the need to perform yet another miracle but when you're interfering with the very laws of nature itself something might just go wrong and I had to stifle a laugh while thinking I wasn't expecting that as the initial inciting incident took place

To be honest after this the short just becomes a long extended action sequence featuring gore , mutilation and death and the narrative doesn't extend in to going beyond any of this but that's not necessarily a criticism and story knows that it's appealing to an audience interested in gross out comedy horror . Special mention should go to the effects and make up team who obviously put a lot of hard work in to giving the audience a good time . If I was a Hollywood producer I'd track this crew down and sign them up for a studio but it's a sad fact of life that nowadays Hollywood studios think that special effects are exclusively CGI and pyrotechnics . As it stands this little known Spanish short quite rightly puts Hollywood to shame

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Release Date:

4 October 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Pesnica Isusa See more »

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2.35 : 1
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