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Zombie Strippers!

USA 2008
produced by
Andrew Golow, Angela Lee, Larry Schapiro, Michael J. Zampino (executive) for Larande Productions, Scream HQ, Stage 6 Films
directed by Jay Lee
starring Jenna Jameson, Robert Englund, Roxy Saint, Penny Drake, Whitney Anderson, Jennifer Holland, Shamron Moore, Jeannette Sousa, Carmit Levité, John Hawkes, Brad Milne, Zak Kilberg, Jen Alex Gonzalez, Jessica Custodio, Laura Bach, Catero Colbert, Billy Beck, Travis Wood, Calvin Green, Joey Medina, Adam Lamas, Adam Smith, David E.Webb, Brian Graves, Jim Roof, Gary Kraus, Asante Jones, John T. Woods, Chris Carrier, Tito Ortiz, Shannon Malone, Davis Choh, David O'Kelley, Jim Lampley
written by Jay Lee, music by Billy White Acre, special makeup effects by Patrick Magee (II)/Magee FX, visual effects by Chris Dawson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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In his gouvernment-funded lab, Dr Chuchfield (Brad Milne) creates zombies, the new supersoldiers, if you will - but before you know it, the experiment gets out of hands, and a special squad is sent in to get the situation under control - but as you can imagine, one of the zombies gets out and finds shelter in a neighbouring underground stripclub - where he soon enough bites top stripper Kat (Jenna Jameson) ... but while the zombie-infection seems to turn men into lumbering idiots, it turns women into superstrippers - and thus, Kat becomes a hit with the audience of the club. Thing is, she tends to bite one member of the audience after each performance (and zombify him in the process), but sleazy club owner Ian (Robert Englund) figures she's still good for the business, and he just locks away the zombies in a cage in the basement.

With Kat having become such a hit, other girls want to be zombified as well, and soon, Ian threatens his live (as opposed to undead) strippers with firing them. Of course, the zombies in the basement eventually get out and it's getting pretty nasty, but after much mayhem and Kat involved in a zombie-stripper on zombie-stripper catfight, the special squad comes in and resolves the situation ...


Obviously taking cues from Tobe Hooper's less than great Masters of Horror-episode Dance of the Dead (even starring Robert Englund in a similar role) and Peter Jackson's Braindead, Zombie Strippers is actually pretty funny - but without being nearly as extreme, as biting or as inventive as it could have been: There are attempts at satire, but they don't seem to be necessarily thought through, the violence apart from a few scenes is gross but run-of-the-mill, and the directorial effort is good craftmanship, but it lacks any spark of originality. What remains is a topless Jenna Jameson rapidly turning into a zombie, intentionally ham performances (first and foremost the dependable Robert Englund), racial sereotypes played to their politically incorrect extremes they can't be taken seriously anymore (first and foremost Joey Medina as Mexican cleaner), and jokes that range from ok to pretty good - now this is all better than nothing, and you will be entertained, just don't expect a masterpiece or even a film as offensive as its title might suggest ...


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