The Astro-Zombies (1968)





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Movie Info

Dr. DeMarco (John Carradine) is a mad scientist who must engage in bloody murders to develop The Astro-Zombies in his basement laboratory. When too many people end up missing and presumed dead, FBI-agent Holman (Wendell Corey) is called on to investigate. Soon Mexican secret agents and Chinese communists are following Holman and the demented DeMarco and his ghouls around. Not enough science fiction or gore to be classified as a good second-rate feature, this marks the last film appearance of Wendell Corey.
Classics , Drama , Horror , Mystery & Suspense , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Wizard Video


Wendell Corey
as Holman
John Carradine
as Dr. DeMarco
Tom Pace
as Eric Porter
Joan Patrick
as Janine Norwalk
Tura Satana
as Satanna
William Bagdad
as Franchot
Joseph Hoover
as Chuck Edwards
Victor Izay
as Dr. Petrovich
Wally Moon
as Mike Webber
John Hopkins (V)
as Thompson
Egon Sirany
as Foreign agent
Lynette Lantz
as Ginger
Vic Lance
as Chauffeur
Janis Saul
as Lynn
Rod Wilmoth
as Astro-Zombie
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Critic Reviews for The Astro-Zombies

All Critics (4)

Commits the cardinal sin of being slow and boring on top of being heedlessly bad.

Full Review… | July 22, 2007

The worst movie ever made? I just might say yes. Yes it is.

Full Review… | May 27, 2007

There's bad, there's very bad, and there's Astro-Zombie bad.

April 2, 2005

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October 2, 2005

Audience Reviews for The Astro-Zombies

I bet the editors of this movie never worked again, they did a horrible job, and so did the director and writer. What in the world is an "astro zombie" anyway? We're never even told are we? This movie makes no sense, I hated it.

Aj V
Aj V

Super Reviewer

Even the costumes were cheap. Dialog stunk. Plenty of scenes of gratuitous filler. It's a shame Carradine was limited by his script.

Dwayne Roberts
Dwayne Roberts

A truly crazy film that blends B-movie 50s & 60s sci-fi together with zombie films and spy movies. Mad scientists, spies, and zombies created to work in outer space are just a few of the wild surprises in wait in this Ted V. Mikels cult classic. Plus, The Misfits have a song about this film. A fun film for fans of 50s and 60s sci-fi and horror.

Al Miller
Al Miller

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