Zombie Women of Satan (2009)
This is a crazy film about some freakshow burlesque performers, a weird cult family, and lots of sexy female zombies - it sounds mad and it is! I thought it was very funny, especially the banter between Pervo the Clown and Johnny Dee Hellfire.
Genre: Horror
Director: Steve O'Brien,Warren Speed
Release Date: August 31, 2009
Producers: Steve O'Brien
Actors: Natasha Adams,Nicola Michelle Airey,Catarina Alvarez,Emily Bailey,Michelle Bayly,Peter Bonner,Charlotte Brookes,Rachel Brook,Victoria Broom,Lydia Charlton,Loula Cherry,Ruth Collier,Tania Duncan,Bill Fellows,Donna Foster,Fern Freeman,Hannah Gurnett
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