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Zombiegeddon (2003)





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The minions of the devil come up from their grave to feast on the flesh of all God's creatures in a low-budget zombie epic directed by Chris Watson and featuring a long list of cameos that reads like a who's who of genre film history. With appearances by Tom Savini, Edwin Neal, Linnea Quigly, Felissa Rose, Brinke Stevens, Robert Z'Dar, Lloyd Kaufman, Joe Estevez, and Joe Estevez, and clever, machine-gun dialogue that skewers genre stereotypes, this undead bloodbath will have horror fans howling with laughter.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Horror
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Written By: Chris Watson
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On DVD: Jul 12, 2003

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Full Review… | July 22, 2006
Film Threat

Full Review… | August 14, 2006
Combustible Celluloid

Audience Reviews for Zombiegeddon

Now this was a tough watch. No matter how jam-packed this film is with all sorts of horror genre icons, that still was not enough to save this Tromatic turd! This movie was just plain awful. I WILL say that there were plenty of ridiculous and laugh out loud moments at the sheer lunacy of this film. Brinke Stevens just gets done fucking Jesus Christ (Tom Savini) who informs her of the impending apocalypse. She goes on her radio DJ job and tells the world of two very dirty corrupt cops who wind up being the heroes of the film as they go around killing kung-fu zombies brought to Earth by Satan. No...I'm not kidding. There's also tigers running around and rampart homoeroticism. Lloyd Kaufman and Robert Z'Dar walk around with limps, Joe Estevez looks mildly retarded, and Felissa Rose is the hottest piece of ass in this film. Don't even bank on the nudity in this film to be awesome. Only disgusting women get naked in this movie. Wow. Uwe Boll even shows up at the beginning of this film to tell you how awful it is. For once, I wish I had listened to him.

Pretty bad. You know you're in trouble when Uwe shows up for a cameo. Think "Die Zombie Scum", but with 99% of the jokes missing target. Not worth paying for, might be worth it if you're bored and someone throws it on. Still, it's not "house of the dead", and that counts for something.


Uh, I'll give it a few points for having a picture of Bruce Campbell. Lloyd Kaufman did a good job in his short time in this one. Tom Savini as Jesus Christ is a fitting role as well if you ask me. The cops were funny at times and worked together well. The idea behind how the zombies work was different. But whatever.

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