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Cabaret of the Dead (2017)

Fetish Factory (original title)
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Pin-up vixens vs. bloodthirsty zombies, set in post-apocalyptic Hollywood.

Director:

Staci Layne Wilson

Writers:

Lony Ruhmann (story), Staci Layne Wilson (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jennifer Blanc-Biehn ... Jayne (as Jennifer Blanc)
Carrie Keagan ... Bettie
Elissa Dowling ... Bible Thumper
Tristan Risk ... Tristan
Emma Julia Jacobs ... Suzie (as Emma Jacobs)
Chase Williamson ... Jake
Dan Walker ... Goth Dude
Daniel Quinn ... Footman
Diane Ayala Goldner ... Irma
Richard Cardinal ... Himself - The Richard
Jack Bennett ... Priest Zombie
Jennimay Walker Jennimay Walker ... Rosie (as Jenimay Walker)
Nick W. Nicholson ... Shawn Zombie
Jesse Merlin ... Lipstick
Tom Ayers ... Paul
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Pin-up vixens vs. bloodthirsty zombies, set in post-apocalyptic Hollywood.

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2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cabaret of the Dead See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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The broken-faced creepy doll was in director Staci Layne Wilson's first short film, The Key to Annabel Lee. See more »

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Face The World Alone
Written by Rachelle Adrian
Performed by Rachelle and the Rising
Produced by Michael Binikos
Used By Permission. All Rights Reserved.
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Well that was different... :D In a good way :D
26 October 2018 | by mjw973See all my reviews

Ok - so I am not into horror movies which is probably just as well - because this was more comedy than horror - whew! I would probably have liked to have seen a bit more of the 'between the burlesque performance and zombies' - ie: the fetish part of it - explored, as I enjoyed the characters of the 'men' with the fetishes... In all though - the makeup was great for the zombies, the filming was very much 'first person' type filming and not a huge cinematic production - which I like - the 'first person' type really gets you involved with the story in my opinion. The comedic references that a lot of folk may miss, were great, and the actors obviously worked well with the script and direction given by Staci Layne Wilson. Having seen short works by Wilson previously, I was keen to see this movie and was not disappointed :D So Burlesque, Fetishes and Zombies all in one movie? Did it work? YES.... Well done all - it was different, enjoyable and I will watch it again sometime soon!


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