Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!

Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!

A drug experiment gone wrong produces a league of blood-thirsty zombies. It is up to a small band of exotic dancers trapped in a gentleman's club to fight back. Together they must rely on their wits and skills to survive the night, and pray that they don't become victims of the flesh-eating zombies!

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Deanna B (nl) wrote: Such a disaster that you can't stop watching

Waleed A (ca) wrote: hysterical and ridiculous. almost as good as the first one. And it had a pretty great story with with a message about the corruption of today's news media (3 viewings)

Alexandra C (ag) wrote: What an enjoyable movie to watch. Bobby Jones was an exceptional golfer and he played the game not for money, but for love. Favorite line in the movie is "there is more to life than winning championships," which is very true.

bill b (ca) wrote: Watchable.A bit irritating sometimes but its an OK film with a lot of Lovecraft elements

bill b (us) wrote: Hmmmm i was expecting something at least funnier...I dont know... that is what happens when u have high expectations....PLUS: ideaMINUS: Result

Steve W (fr) wrote: Great movie. Can't believe it's not available in DVD. What's wrong with the studio?

William P (mx) wrote: Why would Jerry Lundegaard's wife be kidnapped, & her father, getting shot? And, why would Jerry Lundegaard get arrested in his motel room at the end?

Lee K (us) wrote: i saw this but its totslly unrememberable so therfor cant be that good.

monsieur r (fr) wrote: Get out your swim trunks and towel, we're going for a clambake! Yeah, this is pure Elvis in another of his formula movies. There really ought to be a genre entirely for the sixties musical dramas like these. Even Elvis knew they were pretty formula, meaning guy sees girl, guy courts girl, guy fights for girl, guy wins girl. This is pure 60's nostalgia, so forget the RT rules of the road and find out how foolish life was like back then. While not even attempting to be a serious film project, who cares? And Elvis, his acting is hopeless, but the setting is priceless as horrible dancing scenes and beach frolic contribute to a sheer look at what passed for films back then. PS: give you a hint....the BiG screen always helps this kind of film, so do not expect much from your 32 inch hdtv.

Darren H (gb) wrote: Dreamy fluff piece, as expected from its ridiculous title and Harlequin cover art. (Note: Martin Scorsese overlooked the film's restoration process and the resulting image is fantastic. Too bad he didn't direct the film itself.)

Aj V (ca) wrote: This movie is sort of sci-fi , sort of comedy, and sort of a thriller, and mixes these genres well. I enjoyed this movie, and I recommend it.

Justin B (es) wrote: People like to hate on this as being Disney's worst but had this been Dreamworks' nobody would have cared. It's forgettable but does the job well enough. It's a colourful buoyant distraction for the kids.

RODNEY G (ru) wrote: the cast made the movie. that ended in all Quentin blood