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Zombie Bloodbath Trilogy

3.6 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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Zombie Bloodbath Trilogy presents three zombie-themed, shot-on-video, DIY feature films from cult director, Todd Sheets. Inspired by Fulci and Romero, each feature delivers non-stop gore FX and zombie action sequences. Features include: Zombie Bloodbath, Zombie Bloodbath 2: Rage of The Undead and Zombie Bloodbath 3: Zombie Armageddon.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Auggi Alvarez, Chris Harris, Frank Dunlay, Jerry Angell, Cathy Metz
  • Directors: Todd Sheets
  • Writers: Jerry Angell, Todd Sheets, Brian Eklund, Dwen Doggett
  • Producers: Jerry Angell, Cathy Metz, Greg Petrak
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Camp Motion Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: June 12, 2007
  • Run Time: 340 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000OCZD42
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,894 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Zombie Bloodbath Trilogy" on IMDb

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By Carl Manes on June 22, 2010
Zombie Bloodbath:
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An accident at the nuclear power plant unleashes a horde of bloodthirsty zombies on an unsuspecting town, leaving a small group of survivors to fend for themselves. BLOODBATH can best be described as a zero-budget fan film in the vein of J.R. Bookwalter's THE DEAD NEXT DOOR, and it comes as no surprise when director Todd Sheets references Bookwalter among each of his other genre favorites in the character credits. Where Bookwalter made every attempt at creating something unique through his Zombie Squad and ambitious FX, Sheets only manages to muster a growing tedium that is broken up by moments of uninspired gore consisting of nothing more than store-bought pig intestines. The weak characterizations lack any amount of depth or development, while the leads are left to run around in circles for a little over an hour as their undead adversaries stalk them at every turn. Hardcore gore and low-budget Horror fans aside, few will be able to sit through this tiresome zombie effort.

Zombie Bloodbath 2:
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ZOMBIE BLOODBATH 2 marks Todd Sheets' 28th shot-on-video Horror effort, but based on the sickeningly amateur production, one might mistake it for his first. This in-name-only sequel finds small town America overrun by a new set of ghouls after a pair of burglars incur the wrath of a Satanic cult by murdering an innocent man on their sacred land. Fifty years later, a new set of escaped cons awaken the souls of the damned on the remote farm, resulting in a bloody zombie takeover. Sheets shows significant improvements in style, writing, and story structure over the first BLOODBATH, but even then the sequel still comes off as a silly home movie.
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Strictly for fans of gory shot-on-video low-no budget backyard horror cinema, this is an epic trilogy within that context. Todd Sheets here manages to create a massive goreathon on a wide scale (well, within Kansas City limits, anyway) against a great many odds, including his own inexperience at the early stage of his underground career represented here. While one may cringe (or enjoy a chuckle!) at some of the acting and direction going on ("tied up" captives who clearly only have a rope looped loosely about them being a favorite of mine, along with scenes that begin with unintroduced characters suddenly bursting into conversation with each other), any reasonable person must admire Sheets' dedication and drive, which has carried him through innumerable further features since these were made. Zombies are not the only order of the day in these kitchen-sink b-movies, as serial killers and devil worshippers eventually show up to do their part too. It all moves along at a crazy pace in a hazy atmosphere of shouted overacting, endless zombie-mob attacks and gallons upon gallons of homemade gore, grue and monster makeup. In other words, it can be great fun, at least to fans of the above or those who think they might be.
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I found these movies to be particularly corny, lame, and massively unappealing. The whole thing just sucks, I don't know how else to put it. I am disappointed in myself for spending money on this. I think that even so-called 'B movie' fans will be disappointed in this. The acting is awful, the production value is beyond low, the special effects are downright perfidious. I mean its not even funny to laugh at how horrible this is. I am sure that whoever made these movies probably had a great time running around in their back yard pretending to fight off zombies, which is what I should have done instead of buying this pathetic excuse for entertainment. When they say 'don't judge a book by its cover,' I think is what they meant.
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This movie was literally so bad and crappy that it was good and can be called a masterpiece! It actually went so far over the line of how bad it could be that it pulled a pac-man and did a loop back to the awsome side of movies. Expect a budget in the movies on about the same level as Plan 9 From Outer Space.

If you like to laugh at how they do the effects or at the acting then you are gonna have a great time. Probably a good party movie.
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first of all, do not buy this if you need good acting, convincing special effects, a clever plot or the cgi filled, younger audience aimed horror style that plagues the big screen these days. do buy this if youre a fan of low budget, in your face gore and "beer and pizza" style sleaze films. thats exactly what the zombie bloodbath trilogy offers. all 3 of these films were made for next to no money, shot on video with locals, family and friends of the director and are ment to be cheesy, fun and not taken to seriously, but unfortunately only the 1st film is fun while the second and third are complete trash, the third one being(and i am NOT exagerating)the worst movie i have ever seen. the 1st zombie bloodbath is an entertaining, trashy no budget gore flick that while it is undoubtably a z grade film with no reedeeming qualities, it is still damn enjoyable! i actually saw a bit of the 1st with a friend of mine who had a bootleg copy. 30 minutes into it i begged him to turn it off. he showed mercy and stopped the film. i still dont know why i decided to spend $8 on this dvd after being sodisgusted with what i saw. i am very happy i decided to give this little treat another chance beause after sitting through the entire thing(wich isnt saying much considering the movie only clocks in at around 68-70 minutes)i was pleasantly surrised and was amazed to find myself actually enjoying zombie bloodbath in all its cheese and absurdity. i watched it twice in one day, the second time listening to director todd sheets audio comentary wich had me further appreciate the film after hearing that he knew he wasnt making art and just making a fun homage to the films of fulci, romero and mattei. after my enjoyment of zombie bloodbath i expected the sequel to give me twice the thrills, chills and spills.Read more ›
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