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Zombie Army

USA 1991
produced by
John Kalinowski for Cheapshot Productions
directed by Betty Stapleford
starring Cindie Lou Acker, Jody Amato, Michelle Anderson, Jack 'Wildman' Armstrong, Brent C. Bankus, Douglas Barney, David Bell, John C. Berkeyheiser III, Sandra L. Bromwell, Michael F. Burns, Brian D. Campbell, Cassandra Campbell, Gillian Carney, Rodger S. Christy, Scott Davis, Caroline DeLussey, William 'Dutch' DeLussey, Gregg S. Diener, George Doty, Brent Fenstermaker, John M. Fisher, Cindy Fox, Mario C. Galanti, David Gardner, Barbara Gauger, Vincent B. Giordano, Gail Gorski, Guy Helson, Thomas J. Henthorn jr, Tony J. Hommes, 'Ranger' Rich Hordie, Robert A. Hotchkiss jr, Patrick J. Houtman, Steve Jackson, John Kalinowski, Kevin A. Kalinowski, Natalie Kidd, Brett Kochanowski, Jeff Lavallee, Walter J. LeKites IV, Craig 'Bud' Lowe, Andrew P. Lynch, Tracey Mangialaschi, Robert M. Martinez, Steven McConnell, Tom 'Tombo' McGinley, Ann C. McGrellis, Kedre Ellen Molenaar, Ebony-Nicole Monroe, Barry 'Slore' Montgomery, Jeff Osciak, Patricia H. Perez, Michael J. Piavoso, Joseph A. Pomponi, Mitchell Poulouin, Dave Press, Dan Preston, Mickie Quinn, Vicki Reeves, Casey Rhoads, Sean Rhoads, Tim Rhoads, Ronald J. Riegert, Steven J. Roberts, Eileen Saddow, Melanie Sandukos, Terrence Santora, Robert F. Smith, Betty Stapleford, Mike Tagle, Stephanie Tigani, Jeffrey Tucker, Marty Veasey, Derek Viskocil, James B. Warrington III, Andrew Weiss, Angela Wenske, Kevin Wiggins, James R. Willard, Gabrielle Wohlman
written by Roger Scearce, songs by Halo, The Killtoys, special makeup effects supervised by Mitchell J. Poulouin/Speciality Make-up Unlimited

review by
Mike Haberfelner


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Once the place was an insane asylum, but now the army's moving in. There's just one thing everybody has forgotten about: When the asylum moved, they left two patients behind, "mad scientist" Jim and his nympho girlfriend Mary. And they have no problems hiding in the large complex and luring unsuspecting soldiers to their doom - and doom being not just being killed but also being resurrected as a zombie, because in a weird way, good Jim is really into raising the dead, and for his experiment he needs more and more specimens who as his willful zombie slaves are to bring him even more specimens.

At first, the top brass of the facility don't see it as a big problem when a handful of soldiers disappear, but once the search parties don't return either and the search parties sent after these search parties, well, the facility soon loses significant manpower, so much so that a female squad is sent in for a rescue mission - not that they fare all that much better. Eventually at least, it becomes apparent the place has a zombie problem, and these zombies can't be offed with fire arms. But knowing the problem is one thing, finding a solution something completely different ...

 

This being a film made in the early days of the shot-on-video boom for a very modest budget, this film doesn't exactly re-invent the zombie genre or come across as a big artistic achievement - truth to be told, it's rather crude, slightly simplistic, and makes no attempts to transcend genre conventions ... and it's also lots of fun, not despite but for these reasons, and for the fact that the filmmakers really didn't take their material too seriously but seem to wink at the audiences a lot, without ever going full-on moronic though. And despite its modest origins it's actually one of the most entertaining zombie movies of its era, and surely a great stop if you're heading down nostalgia avenue.

 

Oh, and for those who want to go full scale early 90s, this film is also available on VHS here: https://phantompainfilms.com

 

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