In "Naked Zombie Girl," two prostitutes and their friend, Tony, have just escaped a zombie attack in a 1971 Cadillac Fleetwood Broughman. Unfortunately, Tony has been bitten and is about to...
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In "Naked Zombie Girl," two prostitutes and their friend, Tony, have just escaped a zombie attack in a 1971 Cadillac Fleetwood Broughman. Unfortunately, Tony has been bitten and is about to turn into a zombie. That's all you really need to know other than star Meghan Chadeayne somehow loses her dress and goes on a maddening zombie-killing spree.Written by
The main character of Barbara (played by Meghan Chadeayne) is a homage to the character of Barbara in the original Night of the Living Dead (1968) by George Romero. See more »
Destined to be a Cult Classic
With a title like Naked Zombie Girl, you get exactly that, Naked Zombie Girl only she's not a zombie. She is the heroine in this piece and much like Buffy Sommers from Buffy The Vampire Slayer, the main character slays zombies while naked. It's a strangely nice twist as so far as to say that the naked stuff becomes a non issue when she is slaying the zombies. In fact, she too seems to accept the inevitable when she drops her towel in the last scene to fight the zombies. Even the truck driver seems to accept her abilities by fighting naked. I don't know if they will make this into a feature but that premise of her having to fight naked is her super power. Sure, she wears clothes normally but when it comes time to fight the zombies, it's time to get naked. And kudos to the makeup artist who did the zombies. It was some nice work, really nice work. The acting could have been better with the people in the car but that's 3 points off for that. This can easily be a cult classic just on the film short alone. And if true, the $17,000 budget was well spent.
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