Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Zombies Zombies Zombies - Strippers VS Zombies|
Actors: Tiffany Shepis, Lyanna Tumaneng, Jessica Barton, Hollie Winnard, Anthony Headen
Director: Jason M. Murphy
Genres: Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Studio: Repnet Llc Release Date: 09/09/2008
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"Send more blood-soaked babes!"
Victor Spoils | Santa ana, ca | 09/14/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I'm rating this movie at three stars because of audio problems. Volume dips down in some areas, nothing more. Otherwise! I loved this movie! This film is great fun. Don't expect great acting. At best it's below average. But thats okay, it works for this film. Besides there are plenty of blood-soaked babes running and bouncing around to keep you glued to your seat. I loved this movie. I want to see a Stippers VS Zombies II with higher production value!"
Worthy film to view but flawed
Philip C. Perron | New England, USA | 10/27/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Now here is a film that was highly anticipated for months by many the horror fan and zombie fan alike. Okay, the topic alone, strippers and zombies, is pure fluff for the gratuitous B-movie blood-and-boobs crowd (the B&B crowd). So if you like 1970's exploitation cinema or today's popcorn horror, you must be saying to yourself that you have to see this. So let's talk about the film.
The movie takes place around a gentleman's club right at the closing. As one would figure, the film's characters are either bouncers or exotic dancers. With a few setup scenes, we are brought to understand that an amoral scientist at a private/government facility has a connection with a small time suburban drug dealer. The dealer, a swarmy overweight man, steals some experimental drugs while the scientist retrieves a fix for the man. Eventually the dealer hooks up with a streetwalker and shares the experimental drug with her resulting in the beginning of a zombie outbreak (in the likes of 28 Days Later). Since the streetwalker and her friends hang out waiting for johns at the gentleman's club, the epicenter of the outbreak is the parking lot of the club itself. So far, so good, right?
Well, this film could have been great for its genre. Unfortunately it takes itself for what it is rather than trying to play out as a true horror or true exploitation film. I'm as big a fan of horror comedy as anyone but the issue here is that there were too many characters that were true caricatures and obviously written to be that. In most horror-comedies, the main protagonists are unaware that they are in such a film (i.e. Shaun of the Dead, Evil Dead 2, Feast, Dance of the Dead, etc.). Here, however, we get a few characters that just don't work (specifically the pimp character and his main girlfriend). As a result, we get a fun and entertaining film but ultimately a film that unrealized its potential. Being a zombie stripper film, one would think that their would be a lot of blood and boobs. Unfortunately, that isn't the case. The gore will satisfy the B&B crowd but the boobs are few for such a film.
All in all, the film gets 3 stars. There were a few standout performances especially Jessica Barton and many of the actors in smaller roles (such as the drug dealer, the main streetwalker, the DJ, and the scientist). The screenplay was worthy with constant zombie and guts action, and the film had good set pieces. The unrealized potential of the film, however, is unfortunate since this film could have been a cult classic; a true blood-and-boobs classic. Instead, we only get a popcorn film to enjoy.
The DVD deserves mention as a standout. The extras and documentaries were great. The people behind this film, the writer and director, have great futures ahead of them. And don't forget the cameo by Tiffany Shepis in a pre-credit five minute scene at the beginning of the film. As always, she was great."
Very fun, low-budget shlock horror
Anthony Pittore | Behind You | 10/22/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"After a mishap with a new drug, the experiment's subjects (aka 'victims') turn into ravenous flesh-eating zombies. Locked up in a strip club, a group of exotic dancers must fight for their lives against the horde of undead or fall victim to the infectious bite of the rotting ghouls.
Rookie director Jason Murphy brings another installment in the 'Undead Exotic Dancer' subsubgenre (being released just before Zombie Strippers! (2008)) with his film Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!. While I wasn't such a fan of the mildly entertaining Zombie Strippers!, I thought I would give this one a look to help viewers choose which Naked Flesheaters (title for the next one?) were more worth the watch. When it comes down to it, this film doesn't have to work very hard to please me. Horror-comedies make up a good amount of my favourite films (from Freaked to Shaun of the Dead, I'll take 'em all). Toss in zombies (the best subgenre in horror) and naked, blood-soaked women and you've got it made. Zombie Strippers! failed, for me, because it tried too hard without the ability to attain what it wanted to be. Had it simply take itself less seriously, it would've been more enjoyable. Luckily, Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! knew how to take itself for what it was: A fun, light-hearted zombie romp through a gentleman's club. The opening scene alone, while not technically part of the film itself, is one of the funniest scenes I've ever seen in a horror film. It ranks up there with Nic Cage in a bear costume (though this one was intentionally hilarious). As a $200,000 budget would suggest, there are some pretty obvious problems. Most notably, the audio/video quality is very cheap. The sound ranges from ear-piercing to muffled and can get annoying. Also, the cheap shot-on-video look is something that has been putting off a lot of horror fans from modern low-budget cinema. It's something that needs to be looked past, however, in order to enjoy a film like this. It is helped, however, that the poor video quality is showing someone like Lyanna Tumaneng (who plays Dallas Skye). Beyond the a/v problems, the rest of the problems of low-budget filmmaking show, but the filmmakers knew how to utilize them in a way that makes them funny enough to laugh WITH instead of laugh AT. That's really what makes the film worth it. . . it knows it's bad, and it takes advantage of that. If cheesy schlock isn't for you, then neither is this film.
Final verdict: 5.5/10 - Averaged from an 8/10 for entertainment and a 3/10 as a film.
A Crowd Pleaser!
R. Pattison | RI | 04/26/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Have you ever thought to yourself, What if there was a movie with Strippers killing zombies? Well the question is answered, There is! It's called Zombies, Zombies, Zombies Vs Strippers! No it is not a soft core porn video featuring zombies having sex with strippers, It's an all out war between Strippers vs Zombies, If you like movies like the ever so popular Shaun Of The Dead then you are in for a real treat. Zombies, Zombies, Zombies Vs Strippers will raise your hormones and testosterone to a level were your going to feel like your going to pop and give you some of the best laughs a Horror/Comedy can.
The film starts out where a drug experiment goes terribly wrong, this over weight sweat hog junkie is visiting a scientist who happens to be working on some kind or serum that reanimates dead tissue. The fat slob then decides to steal the serum and head over to the strip club to get his rocks off , he picks up one of the hookers outside the strip club and smokes the serum in his car with her while they get down (I mean she gets down) well you go the point, and she did as well. The result does indeed get them high, so friggen high that the hooker steal what's leftover and smokes the living daylights out of it, Damn she is quiet the piece with her mouth! She even shares with her other prostitute friend, that's what friends are for!!
Inside the strip club we are introduced to a variety of strippers, it's like going to your local candy store and deciding what candy you want to suck on, You get the point, The characters that played the part as strippers we as sweet as candy, a bubble gum flavor of goodness!
Meanwhile at the strip club the hookers hang outside, it's first night for the new cute pigtailed girl named Harley, Harley gets into a verbal dispute with the hardcore Dallas and they have it going on, word for word I mean, The Girls and the bouncer go to breakfast at a local diner and that's where you see the first altercation between the hookers and strippers. It's the same hangout that the prostitutes that have smoked all that serum hang out. We get introduced to Johnny backhand (The pimp) and he by far is the funniest character of them all, he made my gut burst in laughter, I almost needed a C section to relieve the pain from laughing, he was good! Real Good!
The prostitutes take very ill all of a sudden and then immediately all turn in to zombies. Cue a mad dash back to the strip bar followed by the zombie outbreak you've all been looking for.
As I don't like to give every detail away you will see how it all boils down with the hookers, strippers, pimp, bouncer and two cent boyfriends in a struggle to survive, The movie soon takes a turn into an all out gore fest! We see Shotguns blasting! chainsaws dicing, bobbies bouncing, blood spilling into a river of insanity, All you males out there get ready for one of the most sexual lap dances ever to be captured in a movie, It's done by Jessica Barton and man she will make it hard for you to stand up out of your recliner, Get the tissues ready boys!! The ending was very original and never done before, what it is? I can't tell you , it's something you have to buy and see for yourself. This is not a movie just for males, It in fact it will please any woman that want's to see zombies in good old fashion glory.
Hats of to Zombies Zombies Zombies, it is low budget and a soon to be cult favorite so don't expect this movie to win an oscar, but it wins an oscar in the hearts of the horror genre fans. The acting is good, the plot comical/blood fest and, well, it's all very tasteless and, well, the hell with it. But God damn it is ground breaking, it's a hard on of thrills from start to finish.
Zombies, Zombies, Zombies vs Strippers is a toungue and cheek Horror/comedy, It's an epic battle between Hot and dead through the most unlikely characters. It's a GORE filled new age Strippers Vs Zombies Gone Wild!
I Am What I Say I Am Rated R [JohnnyHorror]"