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Zombie Nation [DVD] 
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LAPD officer Joe has a passion for arresting women, handcuffing them and killing them. He is a serial police killer getting away with murder, since his buddies at precinct 707 always cover for him. His killing rampage might have gone on forever, had it not been for 17 year old Romy, who hears about women disappearing in her neighbourhood and asks several Voodoo Priestesses to protect her from Evil. When officer Joe gets hold of her, his fortunes dramatically change and he is suddenly haunted by a violent group of female Zombies seeking revenge.
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The story is about a policeman who, due to childwood problems, turns into a serial killer, murdering several women. The corpses of those women are brought back to life as zombies due to some voodoo enchantments. And they seek revenge, killing the policeman and replacing his entire division.
If the story wasn't stupid enough, the acting lacks any kind of credibility; the filming sets are simply riddiculous (the police station is in a warehouse and the cabinets have no walls - I wonder if the cells are open spaces too...lol) and the special effects are practically non-existent. Why would a movie distributor even bother to distribute this if not to collect some cash out of distracted consumers...
As some of the previous reviwers said, the dvd cover as absolutely nothing to do with the contents of the film. Do not expect the zombie women to look anything like this bicause they wont. Black eyeliner around their eyes is the only clue you have that they are zombies. Fortunately I didnt buy this one, I saw the movie on cable TV and cant tell anymore about the contents of the dvd, but with a crappy film like this one, who cares about any extras? (I only would be interested in seeing an extra were the director would reveal to us he would never film again in his life - but I believe no such luck).
So, if you are willing to take a really friendly advice, dont even think spending your cash on this rubbish. Nuff said!
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A renegade cop is targeting young women under the auspice of routine traffic stops; the women are then abducted by the cop and taken to a furniture warehouse. Once the women are handcuffed in the warehouse loft, the renegade cop performs the following steps:
(A) He checks their teeth with a miniature flashlight.
(B) He injects their buttocks with an unknown but presumably lethal substance.
(C) He watches some television.
(D) He tosses the women into an extra-wide shopping cart and conveys them to a queen-sized bed.
(E) He jots down the names of the women in a small notebook.
(F) He crams the women into giant-sized duffle bags, and transports them to diverse places of interment.
Eventually, a group of Voodoo women are shown performing an arcane ceremony over the sprawled body of a blonde girl in fishnet stockings. Voodoo Ritual Ingredients: (1) snake, (1) tarantula, (1) bleeding pig's head, and (1) set of preserved shark's jaws.
The girl in the fishnets is shortly thereafter kidnapped by the renegade cop, subjected to the aforementioned steps (A) through (F), and then buried at sea. However, thanks to the Voodoo Ritual, the girl in the fishnets returns from the dead; unexplainably all of the other non-Voodoo-treated women are resurrected as well. The undead status of the she-zombies is solely indicated by the black spray paint around their eyes, which causes them to look more like raccoons than zombies. (The she-zombies are shown to be mildly decayed in their mirror images; according to the Voodoo women, the she-zombies' physical appearance is based on their own perception, and since they apparently perceive themselves as raccoons rather than she-zombies, their default appearance is non-decayed.) The she-zombies emasculate and de-tongue a couple of male victims before working their way to the renegade cop. Cut and print!
Congratulations! You have just survived a summary of the plot of this movie. You have approximately 17 seconds before you begin to vomit and your head explodes.
In a normal review, this is when I list the positive and negatives of the movie, but I'm trying my hardest to erase from my mind that I spend an hour and a half of my life on this junk. Honestly, it's too bad to be even campy. The zombies are just chicks with bad eye make-up and how they're created makes no sense (unfortunately, I tried). The plot, if you can call it that, is so disjointed and so many plot threads are left dangling it defies the imagination how anyone would want their name associated with it.
Look, I love campy horror movies, but there is campy and then there is unfinished and poorly made. This is the later. Don't judge a movie by the cover (the cover IS cool) and run far away. Get something else! Anything else! But don't waste your time or money on this D rate film school project.