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Parade of the Dead (2010)

In 2010 a virus spread throughout the world's population turning the survivors Into mindless zombies. Around the same time of these Apocalyptic events the Hilltop Hoods were due to make a ... See full summary »

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Richard Coburn
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Cast

Credited cast:
Scott Dooley Scott Dooley ... Interviewer
Damien Day Damien Day ... Alpha Zombie
Alex Rzem Alex Rzem ... James Jim 'Steve' Samuel
Armin Mayer Armin Mayer ... Door Security
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adam Briggs Adam Briggs ... Briggs
Barry Francis Barry Francis ... DJ Debris
Mike Gray Mike Gray ... Zombie
Hilltop Hoods Hilltop Hoods ... Themselves
Matt Lambert Matt Lambert ... Suffa
Kade Marsh Kade Marsh ... Zombie
Jip Panosot ... Zombie
Daniel Smith Daniel Smith ... MC Pressure
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In 2010 a virus spread throughout the world's population turning the survivors Into mindless zombies. Around the same time of these Apocalyptic events the Hilltop Hoods were due to make a dvd for their Album 'State of the Art'. As civilisation collapsed, the Hoods were so self-involved they made their dvd anyway. Written by Press release

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Horror | Music

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 October 2010 (Australia) See more »

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Kojo Pictures See more »
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Briggs: [heavy sigh] I dunno where you get off. What's the big idea with this shit? A fuckin zombie film? Whatever happened to the four elements of Australian hip-hop? Four! One: beer, two: ten of ya mates, three: a train station, and four: some motherfucking graffiti! What the fuck is the deal with catering to a buncha fat fucking zombie nerds that don't give a fuck about hip-hop, or a fuck about anything except fuckin brain-eating, fuckin brain-dead motherfuckers who walk around the streets! I see ...
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It's all love, and it's all right
26 July 2013 | by ikklpoSee all my reviews

I first had heard of Hilltop Hoods back in 2007. Their style was a breath of fresh air in a room full of vomit. I feel they have a distinct style and respect for the game. They never cease to please the fans with everything they do because their focus is on the people with head phones sitting at home, the people with the 12' subs cruisin' all slow, and the mother f'in people in the front row.

This film pays homage to a genre that has had quite a cult following since it's birth and is a great crossover film with a live concert by the group. The gore is "b" status but that is the point. This film is a joke and shout out to all the unique people of the world with eccentric taste buds. Don't go into this with any expectations, you don't know what you are in for. This is a whole new way to watch a concert.

Hilltop fans and anyone with a sense of humor and taste for zombie flesh will most likely have fun watching this. Just remember it is not meant to be taken serious. I enjoyed it far more than just a concert or plain old zombie flick. Do yourself a favor and just grab this movie,some brews, and buds, and roll up a Rizzla.

7.5/10


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