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THE TRUTH CAN NOW BE TOLD! I WAS A ZOMBIE FOR THE FBI The legendary aliens and the undead vs. g-men classic is now available for the first time on DVD in this very special edition.
Hard-Boiled G-Men. Shape-Shifting Aliens. Mind-Altering Cola. Americas Most Bizarre Invasion Has Begun!
In the stormy night skies over 1950s America, their diabolical plan begins: a UFO invasion that will turn the worlds population into zombies using deranged escaped convicts The Brazzo Brothers, a flying alien ZomBall, and the secret formula to our countrys favorite soft drink. Now the FBIs toughest team of agents must infiltrate the alien army, destroy its body-snatching leaders and restore good-tasting carbonated beverages to a thirsty nation. Welcome to the ultimate combination of hair-trigger crime drama, sci-fi monster thriller, and old-fashioned, red-blooded American justice: This is I WAS A ZOMBIE FOR THE FBI!
Extras: Featurette on the making of I Was A Zombie for The FBI (in color) Featurette of the creation of the Z Beast (in color) Featurette of Bringing The Sound of Zombie to life (in color) Two previously deleted scenes
Special Features: Newly re-mastered soundtrack in Dolby Surround 5.1 and original 2.0 stereo Audio commentary with director, Marius Penczner
"Bizarre, offbeat and refreshing!" -- The Creature Features Movie Guide
I met one of the actors of this film, and e-mailed the writer-director. I knew this was an indie film shot in my University, so I had to see it. I did, and it was amazing. Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Preston
I Was a Zombie for the F. B. I. (Marius Penczner, 1982)
I get the feeling that music video director Penczner here set out to make a deliberately cheesy movie. Read more
I loved the original version from the 80s and I still have my tape from summer 1986, when this film aired on USA Nightflight (boy, do I miss that show). Read morePublished on May 5, 2006 by Danny Jerry
When I was in college, I was a big fan of this movie, which was a staple of 80's late night tv. Even though I'd read all of the horrible reviews of the dvd,I planned on buying it... Read morePublished on March 15, 2006 by Michael Moore