Pin-up vixens vs. bloodthirsty zombies, set in post-apocalyptic Hollywood.

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Staci Layne Wilson

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

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Won Best Film at Planet 9 Film Festival 10/21/17 and also Won Mind Blown Award at Planet 9 Film Festival 10/21/17. See more »

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Give the Dog a Bone
Written and Composed by Randy Chance
Performed and Produced by Randy Chance
Randy Chance Music, All Rights Reserved. (ASCAP)
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This was just downright horrible...
30 November 2019 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

The 2017 movie "Cabaret of the Dead" (aka "Fetish Factory") is labeled as being a horror comedy. Well, that might be debatable.

I didn't really know what I was getting myself into when I sat down to watch this movie. Sure, I had read the synopsis, and a movie with zombies is always something that I will sit down to watch.

Well, I endured 40 minutes of the ordeal that is known as "Fetish Factory" at the hand of director Staci Layne Wilson, and then I just was ready to claw my eyes out.

First of all, the storyline in the movie was just atrociously bad and ridiculous, offering nothing of any worth to the audience. And the characters in the movie were bland and mundane, again offering nothing to the audience, unless you enjoy looking at scantily clad women. Then there were the actresses, portraying these stale characters, and they were uniformly unable to perform well; their acting was questionable, their dancing was dubious and they just felt awkward on the screen.

And that leads me to the zombies. This was low budget. Really low budget. And what was going on with the eyes that sometimes were flashing a poorly CGI added white effect only to revert to normal eyes moments later? This was just stupid.

I am not counting "Fetish Factory" as a proper addition to the zombie genre, because this was an abysmal movie. I am rating it a mere one out of ten stars, and it truly is among some of the worst of zombie movies I have ever had to sit fully or partially through. With no intention of returning to finish the rest of this movie, I can honestly say; don't bother with this stinker.


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