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Zombie Strippers [DVD] [2008]

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  • Actors: Robert Englund, Jenna Jameson, Roxy Saint, Joey Medina, Shamron Moore
  • Directors: Jay Lee
  • Producers: Andrew Golov, Angela Lee, Larry Schapiro
  • Format: Subtitled, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, English, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish, Turkish
  • Dubbed: Hungarian, Czech, Polish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 13 Oct. 2008
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ZK9SVC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 71,400 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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Worldwide media sensation JENNA JAMESON and Nightmare on Elm Street's ROBERT ENGLUND star in ZOMBIE STRIPPERS. When a secret government agency lets out a deadly chemo virus causing the reanimation of the dead, the first place to get hit is Rhino's, a hot underground strip club. As one of the strippers gets the virus, she turns into a supernatural, flesh-eating zombie stripper, making her the hit of the club. Do the rest of the girls fight the temptation to be like the star stripper, even if there is no turning back? Also featuring ROXY SAINT (of the Goth band Roxy Saint and the Blackouts) and Ultimate Fighting Champion TITO ORTIZ, ZOMBIE STRIPPERS is a sexy, bloody, hilarious good time!


Get yourself a snappy title and a couple of marquee names (however disreputable) and you might just snag your no-budget movie a national release--as Zombie Strippers colorfully proves. The names in question belong to porn star Jenna Jameson and Freddie Krueger himself, Robert Englund, both of whom look quite comfortable in this sleazy milieu. As the title suggests (well, "suggests" might be a mild word), there has been an outbreak of the undead in a strip club, with strippers actually improving their onstage antics after they've become zombies. (Given the number of implants on display, it's a wonder the zombies didn't keel over from silicone poisoning.) Englund is the proprietor of the place, Jameson is a star dancer, and a couple of actresses in the "nice girl" roles don't have to take their tops off, although almost everybody else does. Writer-director Jay Lee fills the movie with political gags and a bunch of philosophy references (Jameson reads Nietzsche, the locale is Sartre, Nebraska), all of which play like a lame attempt to distinguish his movie as something other than a puerile horror-comedy. Only thing is, when you try to disguise the fact that you've made a puerile horror-comedy, it kind of takes the oomph out of both the horror and the comedy. The political jibes are about as feeble as those in Southland Tales, but at least Zombie Strippers is shorter. Shot on video, it looks atrocious, but perhaps that doesn't matter very much. --Robert Horton,

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3.4 out of 5 stars

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Haunted Nostril on 18 Jan. 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
In an alternate, or perhaps future, America the government has banned public nudity just as an outbreak of a zombie virus occurs. In step Z-Team to sort out the zombie virus, one of them gets bit and separates from the rest of his squad of bad acting brothers and sisters and stumbles into an underground strip club/speak easy type affair. Queue a torrent of blood, cheap giggles and silicone.
So I got this film after having a good laugh at a boozy lads night in watching `Zombie, Zombies, Zombies: Zombies vs Strippers', oddly enough I think this is the bigger budget counterpart of the aforementioned z-grade nonsense - which says a lot about that film. So I grabbed myself a cheap copy of zombies Vs Strippers, fully knowing what to expect, and swiftly made my way down the offy for some tins to accompany it. What can I say: exact same effect. Bunch of your mates, some tins and plenty of shouting at the TV in total disbelief of the madness you're putting yourselves through and you've got yourself a winner.
This movie is just an excuse to put loads of bare bodies and blood on screen with a thin coating of social satire to keep the whole sticky mess together, and if we can't all put our brains to bed for a bit and have some big snorting laughs at this kind of junk once in a while then what can we do?

- Daft as a bag of gremlins.
- Some actual funny bits that will have you and your mates giggling like big kids
- Some inventive effects and cool looking zoms. Okay - fair enough - it looks alot like Mortal Kombat at times but those looking for any amount of realism should look else where me thinks (obviously).
- Some good looking girls doing some impressive moves.
- Englund hams it up big style and is great for it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ms. L. J. Braisby on 2 Jan. 2010
Format: DVD
This is a modern-day b-movie classic! I originally thought I was going to hate this film, being a girl I thought it was going to be strictly for the boys being Zombie Strippers n'all, but if you're a female Horror fan then I would say this is worth watching! It has a great, typically cheesy plot but also a fresh perspective on how the infection occurs and why the infection is and how it's been so easily able to break out and also some terrible acting that just has to be good for this sort of film!
Basically, the infection has been brought to light because of lack of Soldiers to fight in wars, so a Labratory invents the virus to inject into dead Soldiers, in hope they will rise with one intent: to be re-trained to kill their enemy without fear, or second thought. This goes terribly wrong and it just makes the dead they have infected want to eat human flesh, without any developments in intelligece or acknowledgement for human life, because they are, after all, ZOMBIES! A small Army is sent into the Lab to kill the sources of infection before it can truly break out into the World, but one of the Soldiers get bit, runs away as he finds out there is no real cure except death, and he hides in a Strip Club not far from the Lab, where he dies, rises again and attacks the most popular Stripper at the Club. This Stripper, of course, becomes one of the Undead... And more alive than she's even been!! Guys who come to the club are hungry for the Zombie Show, so hungry for it they pretty much ignore and even boo the living Strippers that perform, so it isn't long before the rest of the girls are wanting a piece of the action. But the vast amounts of money they're making has a serious threat against it, which leaves all wondering if the Zombie Stripping success is really worth it... The body count.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David Oneil on 24 Jan. 2010
Format: DVD
dont be expecting anything serious here. if you are open minded and enjoy nudity and sexy zombies then you should watch it. there is 1 glimps of jenna jamesons burger. very nice. make sure you have drank between 5 and 7 beers before watching this as you would get bored otherwise, and if your female i wouldnt expect you to like this. purely good for blood boobs and comedy, nothing else!
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I feel that it's important to state my credentials as a lover of bad films. I bought a multi-region DVD player specifically to collect Troma & Frank Hennelotter movies and am waiting in sweaty anticipation of recieving Ultrachrist through the post.

Therefore Zombie Strippers ought to have been a shining beacon of 'so bad it's goodness' in the pantheon of my morally and intellectually corrupt movie collection.

The opening sequence is a brilliantly irreverant news story about a joint Schwazzeneger/Bush administration that have, amnogst other things, banned nudity. This lasts for about 90 seconds. Everything from there on out is down hill. Where others reviewers have criticised this movie for being dumb, I feel that I have to level the worst possible criticism at Zombie Strippers and that's that it is . . . . . . BORING! That's right. Dull. Not engaging. Not interesting. This ought to have been an hour and a half of high octane thrills, silicone, riotous dismemberment and clever, snappy social commentary. The sad part is, Zombie Strippers thinks that it is these things and the last third of the movie certainly hints at them, but the preceeding hour is, for the most part, jaw grindingly dull; a schlockiy Channel 5 porno with a brilliant opening sequence and depressingly sparse splatter. Both of the stars which I gave this movie are for the last half hour of the film which is at least passably entertaining and has some glorious gore and Kauffman-esq quips though it is sadly a case of too little too late.

If you've never seen anything from the masters of the gross out splatter genre and have the patience to sit through the first hour you'll probably get a few kicks out of Zombie Strippers. To seasoned Kauffmanites this is simply a case of Kauffmanlite.
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