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Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! (2008)

September. 09,2008
| Horror Comedy

A drug experiment gone wrong produces a league of blood-thirsty zombies. It is up to a small band of exotic dancers trapped in a gentleman's club to fight back. Together they must rely on their wits and skills to survive the night, and pray that they don't become victims of the flesh-eating zombies!


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This movie is bad-painfully so. Writing, acting, the whole nine yards is bad. Which is EXACTLY why I watched this movie! The sparse nudity is not enough to carry you through this stinky piece of cheese. I have to admit that characters are developed enough so you actually get concerned with a few of their fates, but this is a multi-tasker-you can do something else while watching it and not miss anything. I would recommend watching this with friends. Get some popcorn and a group and let the comments fly. Almost everything in this movie has been done before, so there really are no surprises. That is the problem for new zombie movie directors and writers, they need to come up with a hook to spin the 'accepted' lore to create new interest.


Stated as a zombedy (zombie and comedy). But I didn't laugh, really maybe on wrinkle on the left corner of my mouth. I won't spoil to many on this turkey. Okay, there is a lot of juggs on view, even pierced ones, and from A-cups to the over-sized US fake ones, but then again, it was gratuitous. It had nothing to do with the storyline. Yeah yeah, it is an attack in a strip club called Grindhouse so you know that nudity will play a big role but what really went wrong is the acting, it is really terrible. And again, I know that they should play dumb, especially the blond ones but it is over the top. Secondly being a low budget you have to deal with the gore and the effects. Sadly most of them is CGI and the kind you can buy at 1£ shops. Even when they are fighting you can see that they don't hit their victims. And overall it's a bit too much blah blah. I am digging zombie flicks as my favorite flicks but this here, man. Go look at "Doghouse" or "Lesbian Vampire Killers", there you have a laugh but maybe I'm more into UK humor than US humor. Go figure it out for yourselves...

Paul Andrews

Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! starts as general sleaze ball Lucas turns up at his mate Dr. Stewart's (Michael Clinkenbeard) research laboratory to blag some drugs off him, Dr. Stewart agrees to give Lucas some top quality stuff but it gets mixed up with Dr. Stewart's latest experiment which is a drug for curing cancer. Unfortunately the drug has the unwanted side-effect of turning anyone who takes it into flesh eating zombies. Lucas owes money to pimp Johnny 'Backhand' Vegas (Anthony Headen) who takes the drugs as payment & a couple of his hooker girls steal some & quickly turn into flesh eating zombies & attack some of the girls from the local strip bar who lock themselves inside the bar but are trapped. Can they find a away to escape or will the ever increasing number of zombies outside find a way in & eat them?Also known as Strippers vs. Zombies (the version I saw had this title on the opening credits) this cheap low budget zombie film was directed by Jason Murphy & while it tries to be gory & funny & sexy I didn't think it worked that well & anyone with any level of expectation is going to be disappointed with it. The script is poor really with a lacklustre reason behind the zombie outbreak, all of it's female character's are either prostitutes or strippers, the dialogue is occasionally amusing but the swearing & lame one-liners get tedious & even at only 80 odd minutes in length it's pretty slow going at times. One part of the script I couldn't get my head around was when two of the character's decided to make a run for it to Dr. Stewart's laboratory to try & find a cure & I was sat there thinking why doesn't everyone stuck in the strip club just jump in the car with them & get as far away from the zombies as possible rather then trapping themselves inside the club & why do those two character's even bother going back? The film plays like The Night of the Living Dead (1968) only the human survivors are trapped inside a strip club rather than a farmhouse & there's lots of childish humour that is meant to appeal to the lowest common denominator.The special make-up effects are poor, the CGI effects are terrible with some awful exploding zombies that look really bad & there's not that much gore either. There's a ripped-off arm, some bite wounds, some blood splatter, some gunshot wounds, a little intestine eating & that's it. There's certainly nothing that memorable here & considering the amount of opportunity available there's actually very little nudity either. Sure there are some good looking birds here but is that really enough? I don't think so. The film has that cheap low budget shot on a camcorder look to it & the entire film seems to take place in & around a car park. There are no scares or tension & because of the low budget no sort of atmosphere.The IMDb reckons Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! had a budget of about $30,000 which is low & it does show at times with poor effects, a single location & cheap production values. Apparently shot in Orlando in Florida. The acting is awful & the prolific Tiffany Shepis (she has twenty one acting credits for the year 2009 alone) is the only cast member of note.Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! is a poor low budget zombie film that tries to mix horror, gore, nudity, comedy & girls with large breast's which is fine I suppose but as a film it's just not very good & none of those elements are done justice.


I just watch this yesterday after bought the DVD 2 days ago. I was so excited to see this movie since I'm a horror maniac & curious to see how those chicks deals with the zombies. OK, judging from the script, the story is fine but the glitch is I didn't see any comedy stuff in this film. Almost everything were familiar like other zombie movies, it resembles to Night of the living dead in the scene of Dallas & Chris getting away from zombies to find some help, & Dawn of the dead in the scene of hiding themself into the night club(mall in DOTD). What I really like is the scene of the stripper's dancing & the strippers fighting with the zombies. That is freak'n awesome especially Jessica Barton, she's too damn hot in this film. But too bad her role is too minor when fighting with the zombies imo... As for the CGI & the effects I'll be honest that they were poorly made especially the blood which looks exactly like strawberry jam, some stabbed zombie, & some zombie explosion. Well, I guess that's all I can say 'bout this movie but my personal thought is I'd really expecting some sequel that shown more of Jessica Barton's acting, because I really like her. & as long as she's there, who cares if the movie would be low budget or terribly made.