The Tough Titty is a strip club that's seen better days. Spider has been losing money on his business for years. Now it's finally getting the traffic he's always wanted... unfortunately, most of his patrons are undead.
Don and Lester are racing favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s two biggest fans. They're on a mission to 'raise' Junior's status beyond just NASCAR famous, to world wide famous, thus making the world a better place.
It's the closing night at the last drive-in theatre in America, and manager, Cecil Kaufman's planned to show 4 movies; films so rare, they've never been exhibited publicly on American soil, until tonight.
A drug experiment gone wrong produces a league of blood-thirsty zombies. It is up to a small band of exotic dancers trapped in a gentleman's club to fight back. Together they must rely on ... See full summary »
The Queen of Adult film's herself, Jenna Jameson, parties in Miami, Philadelphia and in the Hamptons. She meets with her wild friend Jill Kelly along the way while she parties the night ... See full summary »
In the not too distant future a secret government re-animation chemo-virus gets released into conservative Sartre, Nebraska and lands in an underground strip club. As the virus begins to spread, turning the strippers into "Super Zombie Strippers" the girls struggle with whether or not to conform to the new "fad" even if it means there's no turning back.Written by
Berenge, played by Jeanette Sousa, after the zombie girl fight says into the dressing room mirror "What is beautiful? What is hideous", a line from Eugene Ionesco's absurdist / allegorical play 'Rhinoceros' (in which citizens of a small French village inexplicably transform into the titular animal one by one) as the director set the film as "a parody of" : note: Robert Englund's character is named 'Ian Essko', as nod to this literary source. See more »
When a stripper zombie is shooting balls, it hits a sign with 'Live Strippers Tonight'. the 'Live' is broken, but in the next scene, its still working, then broken again, then working again. See more »
So what do we have to do to take one of these zombies down, doc?
Well, what works for us is we've been surgically removing the medulla oblongata.
[Camus cocks shotgun and blows a zombie's head off]
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The German cut version (with a "Not under 18" rating from the FSK) removes much of the violence. Additionally many of Jenna Jameson's nude shots are replaced with shots from different/wider angels (so this version is probably the R-rated US version as such shots are generally of little concern to German censors). See more »
Gore, girls and heavy rock music in a sleazy strip club, what's not to like?
I was once a big fan of zombie movies, but then I caught a number of the barrage of 'low budget' zombie flicks and quickly lost interest in the genre. It's not that the zombie film doesn't work well with a low budget; the main problem was that a lot of them work from the same idea and it gets boring quickly. It seems, however, that certain filmmakers have noticed the problem and modern films such as Zombie Honeymoon and this one have decided to deliver something a bit different - and while still silly, the result is much better than 'just another' low budget zombie flick! The plot supposedly takes inspiration from a French play called 'Rhinoceros' (referenced by the strip club, called "Rhino") and focuses on a group of strippers. As the Bush Administration enters its fourth term, America has found itself looking for a way to make its soldiers last longer to help the war effort on multiple fronts. The solution comes in the form of a virus that brings the dead back to life. When the virus infects a stripper at the club, sleazy owner Ian (Robert Englund) realises the girl's new potential and puts her back on stage. After whipping the crowd into a frenzy; the rest of the girls find themselves with a choice to make. Do they stay human and stay second best to the zombie stripper or do they conform to the latest 'fad'?
There's no denying that Zombie Strippers is a silly low budget zombie film, but perversely it would seem that the filmmakers actually wanted to make something of it; and we also get a muddled social satire along with a commentary on conformity. I have to admit that none of this really comes through in any sort of meaningful way, but you have to give a low budget zombie movie with a porn star in the lead role credit for trying! The thing I liked most about this movie is undoubtedly the club where most of the action takes place. Director Jay Lee creates a dark and seedy atmosphere which really benefits the tone of the film and makes for a great backdrop for the girls' strip dances! The leading lady is the lovely Miss Jenna Jameson. I can't say I've ever seen anything else with her in it, and while she's not really my 'type', she certainly knows how to put on a performance - her introduction and first dance as a zombie are the highlights of the film. The movie also features the talent of the lovely Roxy Saint; both in the acting and music department. The soundtrack for the film really is awesome too and helps to enhance the sleazed qualities of the movie; 'Salute You' by Roxy Saint is a memorable track. The film doesn't hold back in the gore department either, which is nice. The film is already pretty silly from the beginning and it just gets sillier as it goes along. At times I felt things were getting just a bit too silly, but after a while you realise that it's easier just to sit back and go along with it. Zombie Strippers is a long way from being a masterpiece; but I'm sure that this film will find it's audience and anyone that enjoys this sort of stuff will have a blast with Zombie Strippers!
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