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Zombie Nightmare

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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!

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  • Actors: Adam West, Tia Carrere, Jon Mikl Thor, John Fasano
  • Directors: Jack Bravman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Scorpion Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2010
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,886 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Zombie Nightmare" on IMDb

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mayor Maynot on October 13, 2011
Format: DVD
This movie is all about perspective. What do I mean? Well...
as a horror movie this movie is CRAP! But as a comedy! IT ROCKS!!!!
Think about it man! The "hero" gets hit by a car and NO ONE!!! NO ONE!!! even thinks to call 911! Whats up with that? Not even his mom calls for an ambulance! SHE CALLS A VOODOO WITCHDOCTOR!!! Thanks mom! You win parent of the year!
This movie is one of the BEST B-movies I've seen! This is a rare gem! It proves that you can polish sh.... :>
What one should do is get a bunch of friends together and watch it MST3K style! Mock the horrible acting, editing, lack of plot, lack of anything that makes this film remotely horrific or engaging as anything other than a comedy.
Where comedies have failed (to make me laugh) this film has made me laugh so hard I cried and my gut hurt! The thwarted robbery of "Mr. Peterson" the Italian grocer had me in stitches for 15 minutes alone!
Ok...I gotta stop. I'm cracking up again! Watch the film! Laugh! Enjoy yourself!
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Italian Zombie flicks are often entertaining in a peculiar way. This is a Canadian Zombie flick. It is utter rubbish.
This is in spite of having a famous and talented cast. Adam West plays a police captain who is actually a murder. Lovely Tia Carrere is a high school girl. She was only 19 when she was talked into making this horrible movie. Shawn Levy, who later went on to become a big deal Hollywood director, is a nasty high school boy. And Canadian body builder, rock and roller and actor Jon Mikl Thor is the murder victim and revenge bent Zombie.
This might have been a good movie with better cinematography, or better writing or better acting or better…. Well you get it. Amateur night doesn’t begin to cover it. The script is nonsense. The makeup on the Voodoo practitioners looks like a Canadian film school idea of what Caribbean Voodoo priests might look like rather than what they actually look like. The director has long views of things like cars driving around or people walking around which use up film time without advancing the plot. The night scenes are so dark that you can’t see what if anything is happening. And the investigator wears shades at night.
The only reason to see this is to have a gander at Tia Carrere at age 19. Even the conjuring of the Zombies is horrible. I generally like the traditional Voodoo priestess sort of thing, all very old school, but the director (Jack Bravman) even made this usually appealing aspect of a Zombie flick unpalatable. This remarkable inept director entered the world in Asbestos, Quebec. His last directorial outing was “Night of the Dribbler”. This is apparently a horror flick and not one of the many cheep adult films Bravman produced or directed. It is hard to tell the difference from the title.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sid the Elf on August 8, 2010
Format: VHS Tape
One of the horror world's most loved creatures have have been knocked down to a new level of B with the 1986 straight to video gem known as Zombie Nightmare. Naturally this 5 star rating would be puzzling to the other reviewers since the film on it's own must be horrendous. See we're smart (unlike someone we know) and choose to take the guaranteed enjoyment route with our beloved Mystery Science Theater crew...assuring us a great time. Not only having the comfort of MST laughs was the highlight here though. The real story was the Super Sid Brothers getting to see Adam West as one of the films main characters. We're guessing this was before the fact West realized he was more of a walking punchline then actual actor because he acted his life out in this one. He even took things to a new level sporting a sweet mustache catapulting himself to a DMF times 10!

Zombie Nightmare opens up with a voodoo priestess resurrecting a dead meat-head followed by the full playing of Ace of Spades by Motorhead. Yeah Yeah Fire Fire! From there we're introduced to a car packed with street toughs led by Joey Lawrence's cousin and Eddie Haskle's brother...yeah that sounds like one tough crew huh? Eddie's brothers main squeeze just happens to be a young poorly acted Tia Carrere long before Wayne Campbell met her in a little sweet shop at the edge of town. The crew winds up doing a little hit and run action giving us our main zombie of the evening. Once he's brought back to like he exacts revenge, very laughably, snapping 2 necks and racking up a body count of 5 including the mustached Adam West.

What a beauty the MST3K version of Zombie Nightmare was. They added so much charm to the already hilarious acting, awful fight scenes, zombie murders, and all around terribly written plot.
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ragnar65 on October 26, 2005
Format: VHS Tape
Not much to say here except this has to be one of the worst movies ever made. There is no talent present in front of or behind the camera. The only joy is a little schadenfreude watching Adam West sink to a career low as the police captain. At least I hope he hasn't sunk any lower than this. The story, if it matters, a young man is run over and killed by a group of rowdy teenagers. The mother does what any of us would and takes the body to the local voodoo priestess (every small town has one). The boy is reanimated as a zombie and is directed by the priestess to take revenge on his killers one by one. Add in a soundtrack of 80s hair metal songs and you have yourself a movie. Such as it is. Some of the worst dialog you will ever hear spoken by some of the worst actors you will ever see playing out one of the dullest, most cliche-ridden stories you will ever be subjected to.
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