Die You Zombie Bastards!
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See! A serial-killer superhero with a cape made of human flesh! Hear! Legendary one-man band & rockabilly pioneer Hasil Adkins! Smell! Scalding, molten cheese disfiguring pert young bodies! Hear! An exclusive and eclectic rock 'n' roll soundtrack!
Chant it, growl it, shout it, sing it, scream it -- do whatever you want, but audiences the world over are saying it loud: "Die You Zombie Bastards! " A low-budget indie masterpiece more than five years in the making, this is the movie you've been waiting for. Are you ready for it?!
Featuring filmmakers' audio commentary, making-of bonus video, rare music videos, still gallery and much more!
- Commentary by the filmmakers
- Making-of bonus video
- Music videos
- Still gallery
Top Customer Reviews
And there's dogmen. If you love dogmen, just get this already. You can't go wrong with dogmen. Not werewolves. Dogmen. If you think the idea of dogmen isn't so great, then definitely don't buy this film.
The humor's great and never lets up, it's constantly bizarre, and there's plenty of messiness and nudity to satisfy you if that's the sort of thing you demand of your ridiculous movies.
One of the late Jamie Gillis' attempts to break into the mainstream came with Night of the Zombies in 1981. It is such an unrelentingly bad movie that I find it amazing anyone ever cast him in another one. And yet, Gillis' final film role is, yes, in a zombie movie. I grant you, it's a zombedy, which is a much better fit for Gillis than the hardboiled-detective-horror-flick that was Night of the Zombies, but still, you gotta wonder. At least, you gotta wonder until you start looking farther into the cast list.
Die You Zombie Bastards! is the third installment in the ongoing tale of Red (Tim Gerstmar), a serial killer, and his lovely wife Violet (Pippi Zornoza). In this installment, an evil genius, Baron Nefarious (Geoff Mosher, who previously worked with Emerson on Toxic Avenger IV), is raising an army of the undead to do his bidding. Nefarious falls in love with Violet and kidnaps her, sending Red on a globe-trotting trip to hunt her down before Nefarious can recruit her into his army of zombies.
Now, let's get this straight: if you don't like bad movies, you need to avoid this like the plague. I mean, come on, Red wears a superhero outfit made of human skin (with added red long johns and a pair of yellow waders). Hasil Adkins makes an appearance as himself. (He died not long after filming completed, and the movie is dedicated to him.) Red finds himself in a Swedish village containing no men. Lloyd Kaufman hosts a game show called "Swap Mate". You know what you're getting into before you even start. Or you should, anyway. This is not classic cinema by any means.Read more ›
While watching this wretched piece of garbage, I noted the similarity of “Die You Zombie Bastards” to some of the worst crap put out by Troma Productions. Sure enough, director Caleb Emerson worked on “Citizen Toxie; The Toxic Avenger IV” by the famed low budget film house. “Die You Zombie Bastards” does not reach to the status of the entertaining Toxic Avenger films. It is more closely akin to “Poultrygeist,” a similarly worthless project.
The film is repetitive, with the same stale fake penis jokes time after time. This may be because the film was done over three different years (2001, 2002, and 2003) and the director may have forgotten what he had previously filmed. The plot is senseless, with space aliens, Zombies, robots, dog headed men and some kind of giant insects all playing some nonsensical role. Oddly, the film is a sequel to “Red’s Breakfast: Dawn of the Red” (1995) featuring most of the same cast.
The only thing that sets this film apart from the newspaper in the bird cage of Zombie flicks is its frequent twist into near porn status. This may be due to the influence of actor Jamie Gillis who is known for his dozens of appearances in porn flicks. He has a straight dramatic role here as a marooned space being (a different space being from the one who lives an aquatic existence and has a big fake penis.)
If a leading man who is a serial killer and cannibal in a ludicrous plot with admittedly attractive young women, often painted green, undressing to the max every little while is your cup of tea, you might like “Die You Zombie Bastards.” But I doubt it. Zero brains for this tasteless, classless, humorless, scare-less pile of wasted film. One hour and 37 minutes that I will never get back. I do this so you won't have to.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't even know what to say about this movie. It was bad. But no issues with it.Published 10 months ago by MagneticNinja
what i can say is support independent film makers...but this was very weird!Published 23 months ago by L. Gay
Its certainly one of the more unique, out-there, gory, and comical b-movies I've seen in the horror genre, but so incredibly odd and off-beat, that its really enjoyable and... Read morePublished on May 10, 2014 by Rockguy30
DIE YOU ZOMBIE BASTARDS is a f'ing awesome movie. i've watched it many times and it always cracks me up. theres any number of reasons why this is a MUST SEE film.
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I will watch almost anything with zombie attached to it. As a matter of fact, i've watched so many zombie movies that i am now craping the bottom of the barrel. Read morePublished on September 14, 2013 by Mark Allan Schuring
Gave it a 5 – just for it being SUCH an outlandish movie. Low budget – for real – but the thing just rocks (cannot help myself) and is so off the wall - in no way correct - or... Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by S. Banzhaf
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