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Zombie Women of Satan R CC

(13) IMDb 3.4/10

A mad scientist performs torturous experiments a group of kidnapped young women, turning them into scantily clad living dead. A bizarre freakshow troupe called Flesharama and a sexy rock singer looking for her missing sister, join forces as they battle a vicious cult of ravaging, sexy zombie women. A trashy splatterfest that harkens back to the days of the classic B-movies with plenty of semi-clad sexy zombie girls, belly laughs galore, buckets of blood and guts, and a crazy cult family who include the most insane parents you could ever imagine!!!

Starring:
Victoria Hopkins, Warren Speed
Runtime:
1 hour, 25 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Steve O'Brien, Warren Speed
Starring Victoria Hopkins, Warren Speed
Supporting actors Christian Steel, Seymour Leon Mace, Kate Soulsby, Peter Bonner, Joe Nicholson, Bill Fellows, Kathy Paul, Marysia Kay, Gillian Settle, Victoria Broom, Bettie Rogers, Rachel Brook, Anna Richardson, Emily Bailey, Nicola Keeley, Nina Stead, Kay Hindmarsh, Sarah Horne
Studio Screen Media
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Acid burn 73 on August 21, 2013
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Zombie women of satan is entertaining from beginning to end. Do not believe the bad reviews. Sure its low budget and the efx are lacking but the humor is what makes this movie great. How many other films have a wheelchair zombie that squirts acid from her breasts? If u like low budget horror comedies then pick this one up. Im glad i did. Thanx for reading.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ted on July 3, 2013
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Enjoyed the light humor involved with this horror flick, and a lil nudity thrown in always helps. Good for a rainy evening with nothing else to do.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on June 18, 2013
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There is nothing like a good camp zombie film with hot chicks. Unfortunately, this isn't it, but it does try. This low budget film has a plot and subplot. It is humor and not horror. We see an interesting theater of the absurd called the Golden Lotus. It is complete with a rock singer, stripper, mute, clown, and a midget. There is also a man who experiments on women by injecting green phosphorescent dye into their stomach, producing a zombie like creature while his wife is chained up. There is a big house that keeps two to three dozen women, scantily clad waiting to experimented upon. This is somehow the "Satan" connection that I never grasped.

Tycho Zander (Christian Steel) recruits the girls. He also operates an Internet show and has booked our group of misfits as guests, when you guessed it, the experiment goes south and bloody topless women run around the grounds being killed by golf clubs. Now if full figured women getting smashed with a five iron, your idea of entertainment, this one has a lot of it. Personally I would have liked to have seen more plot and less naked cows.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ZORT on April 1, 2012
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The title pretty much says it all.

The trailer was more entertaining than the movie.

Definitely a loser of a movie, and $0.99 for the rental would have left me feeling cheated, so now I feel cheated four times over for $3.99 rental.

Want to waste $4.00 and save yourself some time, then throw your money in a river and walk away.
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...Just in case anyone was wondering. Now that we've got that out of the way, we can look at this flick without any extra pressure; and the only question that matters is where is it on the gold palm of schlock scale?

The first thing to establish is that this is not a serious film. Were it serious, it would probably be unbearable. Since it's a comedy, it is only barely so, or maybe not, depending on your sense of humor.

The second thing to know is that it is British. This is the sort of British comedy that can trace it's roots back to Benny Hill with perhaps a little of the Goonies thrown in, and also, strangely, reminding me some of Peter Jackson's New Zealanders in Bad Taste. Stir those influences with Rob Zombie's Devil's Rejects and multiply by FHM and that's something of what this movie is. I should probably also put something in by which to subtract from the result, because it's just not a very good movie.

Veteran viewers of horror films are going to be sharply divided on this one. Some, like me, who have watched miles of horror film unspool over the years may appreciate the attempt to churn out something a little different, a little bizarre, even if much of it doesn't work. Others, with just as much experience at judging low-budget horror, are apt to completely dismiss the film because they don't connect in any way to its humor. Either way, know that when you finally elect to stream this from Netflix, you are really starting to scrape the bottom.

An oddball burlesque troupe is invited to appear on an internet TV show, which, unknown to them, is hosted by a cult leader who takes in psychologically damaged pretty young women and uses them as his personal harem.
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<strong>Zombie Women of Satan</strong> (Steve O'Brien and Warren Speed, 2009)

I wanted to like this movie so very, very much. It's got at least a dozen things in it that make me automatically put a movie on my "oh gawd I must watch this!" list. I mean, you've got a sociopathic clown who refuses to be in public, even when only amongst friends, without his makeup. A mind-controlled cult of young, beautiful women being used for evil medical experiments who turn into bloodthirsty zombies. A goth-obsessed podcast host who broadcasts from a shack in the middle of the woods and has two hot sisters named Red and Blue, one of whom (Red) is played by hot-hot-hot Marysia Kay (recently in <em>Made in Dagenham</em>), and whose mother is kept chained in the basement... and no one thinks this is weird, including mum. I could go on. There are all kinds of little tweaks like that that seem like they'd make this the best. damn. zombie. comedy. ever.

Needless to say, that didn't happen. In fact, it may be the worst zombedy I've ever seen, and that's saying something.

Plot: a traveling circus, headed up by Pervo the Clown (co-director Warren Speed, who when not wearing clown makeup looks kind of like a young Bryan Ferry), and their current touring partner Skye Brannigan (<em>Doghouse</em>'s Victoria Hopkins), an up-and-coming pop singer, are invited out to the backwoods compound of Tycho Zander (<em>Shackleton</em>'s Christian Steel) to be guests on his podcast. When they get there, the whole feel of the place is off (and for a traveling troupe headed up by a clown named Pervo, that's saying something).
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