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  • Actors: Trace Adkins, Nichole Hiltz
  • Directors: Steven Goldmann
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Summit Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 21, 2008
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001DJ7KHS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,342 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Editorial Reviews

Six troubled high school students and their chaperone are returning from a retreat when their bus crashes, stranding them in the middle of trailer park hell - literally. Without warning, hillbilly zombies looking for fun begin slaughtering the teens in gruesome fashion. With a rockin' Southern-fried soundtrack, top-notch special effects and a devilish sense of humor, Trailer Park of Terror (based on the Imperium comic book series) is nasty fun for the hardcore horror fan.

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I couldn't pass up that kind of deal.
J. Johnson
It has great, memorable characters, great special effects, some very funny moments, and some good scares.
Brad Galloway
One of the Best Zombie horror comedy's I have ever seen!!
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By J Astro on October 23, 2008
Format: DVD
When country performer Trace Adkins shows up in "TRAILER PARK OF TERROR" looking like a 'Thunderkiss '65'-era Rob Zombie, it's tempting to write this flick off as a 'Texas Chainsaw Wannabe', or maybe a 'House Of 1000 Ideas That Have Been Done A Million Times Before'. But Adkins gets credit from me, because for the brief time he's on-camera, he does manage a pretty impressive screen presence.

The same goes, shockingly enough, for the rest of "TRAILER PARK..." as well. Having sat through countless horror duds that purported to be more 'gruesome' or 'over-the-top' than anything seen before, I can't say that "TRAILER PARK..." is any more extreme than any of its gore-soaked precursors. And it's amusing & worth some chuckles, but high art this AIN'T. Yet, at the same time, "TRAILER PARK..." defies the odds, and avoids being just a forgettable, one-trick, cheapie horror gimmick. Sure, the whole redneck vibe is in full swing, with your standard. broadly-generalized mobile-home caricatures (bigoted, overweight, slovenly, undereducated malcontents and floozies) romping around and saying "y'all" a lot. And the deep-fried rockabilly soundtrack, though groovy and energetic, is one hell of a cliche. But... the nice thing about "TRAILER PARK..." is that despite its limited trappings and Z-grade pedigree, it's still much better written, acted, and overall produced than it probably deserved to be.

Regardless of the nod & wink (or is it a "shout-out"?) early on in the film to gore-meister/hack director Herschell Gordon Lewis, this film aspires to be a least a teensy bit better than just a brainless splatter-show.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Navy Sailor VINE VOICE on October 30, 2008
Format: DVD
When a bus carrying a group of troubled high school teens and their chaperons crashes near a trailer park, they're forced to fight for their lives against the reanimated `victims' of a brutal, vengeful massacre nearly thirty years prior.

Review: With a name like Trailer Park of Terror and an MPAA rating including "sadistic horror violence and torture, sexual content, pervasive language and drug use," it didn't take much suggestion to make me check out this little flick. . . then I found out my DVD had the unrated cut and I couldn't hold back any longer. And, boy, am I glad that I didn't wait. When I first heard of the film and read the synopsis, I was expecting a 2001 Maniacs-style shlock comedy-horror. To my pleasant surprise, the film actually took a much more horror-focused approach, leaving the comedy to be a simple mood-lightener at times and not a major part of the tone. Visually, the film is great. It, thankfully, does not have the cheap `shot-on-video' look that so many low-budget films have these days. Also, the gore is very good and goes above what I would have expected for a film like this (including one particular scene that almost forced me to turn away in disgust). The script is a terrific blend of horror & humour and goes beyond the typical low-budget zombie flicks we've been seeing for so long. It's more than just "rise from the dead and eat the living" here: The zombies are more intelligent and much, MUCH more violent (imagine House of 1000 Corpses with zombies. . . other than Rob & Sheri). While, sometimes, `smart' (or as smart as undead trailer-park residents can be) zombies can be a bit of a turn off for zombie fans, it definitely works well here and should not be overlooked for that reason.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Szabo on November 24, 2008
Format: DVD
Trailer Park of Terror is a great film. The character makeup was awesome, and the storyline was very believable. It helps to be familiar with the comic book series though, as the movie is based on the series. I enjoyed the movie, and recommend it as a good movie to watch, especially around Halloween.

Definitely watch the mini movie at the end. It's hillarious!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on September 10, 2009
Format: DVD
Trailer Park of Terror (Steven Goldmann, 2008)

By far the most pleasant surprise of the week's movie watching, Trailer Park of Terror is another comic book adaptation that managed to get no distribution in an age where the comic book adaptation is king (cf. My review of The Dead One a few months ago). Goldmann's last feature effort was the awful Toby Keith vehicle Broken Bridges, and to be honest, I wasn't expecting a great deal. Goldmann's continuing fascination with bad country music continues here (there's a Trace Adkins cameo), but other than that, this was a very fun ride.

High-school beauty queen Norma (Nichole Hiltz, recently of the TV series In Plain Sight) is stuck in the trailer park, but she sees the possibility of an escape: she's found herself a boyfriend from outside, and hopes she can use him as her ticket out. Until, that is, some of the less savory inhabitants of the place decide he's not good enough for their little Norma and show him the door. Permanently. Enraged, Norma makes a deal with the devil (Adkins), who gives her a sawed-off shotgun. Oh, yeah. Fast-forward a few years, to an idealistic youth pastor (Matthew del Negro, probably best-known at this point for a minor role on The Sopranos) and the six charges with whom he's spent the last week in a woodland retreat. After an accident during a rainstorm, they find themselves at the same trailer park, now deserted except for Norma, who invites them in for coffee and scary stories, and insists they spend the night...

There seem to be two types of people who watch this movie.
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