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|Chopper Chicks in Zombietown|
Actors: Jamie Rose, Catherine Carlen, Lycia Naff, Vicki Frederick, Kristina Loggia
Director: Dan Hoskins
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Troma Entertainment unleashes the Tromillennium Edition of cult favorite CHOPPER CHICKS IN ZOMBIETOWN! Digitally remastered and restored, featuring Academy AwardŽ Winner BILLY BOB THORNTON (Monster's Ball, A Simple Plan, &... more »
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One of TROMA's better efforts...
James Day | 03/05/2001
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"Most Troma films are infamous for being badly made and corny and very gross. But surprisingly this film was slightly better. It stars a few known faces and in particular Ed Gale (who portrayed Chucky in some secenes in the 'Child's Play' movies) a gun-totting dwarf! Bizarre, funny and unique. You may be pleasently surprised."
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Kevin Cochran | 12/31/2009
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"This is one of the best cheese movies ever! I don't care if anyone else craps on this movie with their reviews...it's meant to be stupid, dumb, bad, etc., etc. It is exactly what you would expect from a movie titled "Chopper Chicks in Zombietown""
Zombietown - in my favorite getaway.
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