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Zombiefied (2012)

Unrated | | Horror | 2012 (USA)
A zombie outbreak begins at a club, leaving locals to fight for survival while a brutal serial killer ads to the body count. Only 2 people know the truth & the infection is just beginning.

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Rebecca Torrellas ...
Alana
Mike Gebbie ...
Tommy
Tayvis Dunnahoe ...
Serial Killer / Cop
Kathryn Rene' Ginzel ...
Angel
Todd Jason Cook ...
Tony
Lisa Whiteman ...
Tina
Sabrina Cook ...
Raven
Bill DeWild ...
Brad
Joe Condoleo ...
Vinny
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Josh
Alexia Roy ...
Jill
Brad Roberson ...
Mike
Carli Mosier ...
Heather
Shella Roberts ...
Amy
Juliana Hall ...
Kara
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Friends Tommy and Angel have kept a deadly secret that has tormented them for 13 years. At a major concert for two popular bands, the fans inside the club strangely become rageful, vicious zombies. An outbreak occurs, leaving lead singer Alana running for her life and getting separated from her bandmates. Now Tommy and Angel must re-live their worst fears as their nightmares become reality and the zombie outbreak is spreading. During Alana's escape, she is attacked by a twisted serial killer who knows the secret and the bodies are adding up. Written by Anonymous

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Two separate locations had to be used for the final battle in the woods at the end because it was illegal to use fire within Houston City limits. See more »

Connections

Featured in Infected: The Making of Zombiefied (2012) See more »

Soundtracks

The Funeral Parlour's Secret
Performed by Deceased
From the album As the Weird Travel On
Copyright 2005 Deceased/Thrashed Corner Records
www.upthetombstones.com
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