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Before ROCK 'N' ROLL NIGHTMARE, there was ZOMBIE NIGHTMARE! ADAM WEST (of TV's BATMAN) joins TIA CARRERE (WAYNE'S WORLD), FRANK DIETZ (BLACK ROSES) and The Legendary Rock Warrior JOHN MIKL "THOR" (ROCK 'N' ROLL NIGHTMARE) in this macabre tale of voodoo and violence, terror and suspense, and revenge from beyond the grave!
Tony Washington (Thor) foils a robbery at a local grocery store only to be run over and killed by a group of savage suburban teens. But the horror has only just begun, for in the darkest recesses of Tony's backyard, a voodoo ceremony takes place which resurrects Tony into a superhuman zombie avenger. One by one, Tony's ruthless killers are graphically and brutally murdered as the undead Tony takes his gory revenge! The stage is set for a bone-chilling climax as the authorities (Adam West and Frank Dietz) finally come face to face with the dead rising from the grave.
Featuring ACE OF SPADES by LEMMY AND MOTORHEAD on the soundtrack, as well as PANTERA and GIRLSCHOOL, ZOMBIE NIGHTMARE is a heavy metal trip of zombie horror vengeance!
Whomever told singer Jon-Mikel Thor could be an actor should be banned from filmmaking. Even Adam West phones in his role. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Fred Adelman
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Very very good release! The picture is a fully remastered. A great transfer! Special features have an interview with the creators. It's great! Good old movie. Read morePublished on March 10, 2011 by Dzimitry Anisavets
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