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Australasian Zombie Films

Black Sheep (Jonathan King, 2006) zomedy; zombie werewolf sheep; NZ

Braindead (Peter Jackson, 1992) aka Dead Alive, NZ, 100 min.; horror, scifi; behind the neat curtains in suburban Wellington, Lionel, formerly a shy and naive young man is busily attempting to sever his mother's apron strings in the most spectacular fashion; high level violence and horror effects

Cargo (Ben Howling, Yolanda Ramke, 2017) wr. Yolanda Ramke, prod. Kristina Ceyton, Samantha Jennings, dp Geoffrey Simpson; Martin Freeman, Anthony Hayes, Susie Porter, Caren Pistorius, Kris McQuade, Natasha Wanganeen, Bruce R. Carter, Simon Landers, David Gulpilil; zombies

Dead Country (Andrew Merkelbach, 2008) wr. Anthony Davis, Clifford Hoeft, Kaye Redhead; Mandy Kane, Ted V. Mikels, Janet Tracy Keijser; 75 min.

Deader Country (Andrew Merkelbach, 2009) Luke Besley, Charissa Bower, Michelle Bowers; 85 min.

Death Warmed Up (David Blyth, 1984) Tucker Production Company/NZ Film Commission, prod. Murray Newey, wr. Michael Heath, David Blyth, dp James Bartle; Michael Hurst, Margaret Umbers, William Upjohn; 85 min.

I Am Bish (Dave Bishop, Khrob Edmonds, 2009) wr. Dave Bishop; Tahnee Arlt, Mark Attrill, Dave Bishop; WA

Theatre of the Dead (Patrick J. Gallagher, 2013) wr. Patrick J. Gallagher; Ché Baker, Andy Bramble, Kat Bramston, Matt Butcher

Undead (Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig, 2003) wr. Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig, screened MIFF July 2003, released September 2003

Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead (Kiah Roache-Turner, 2014) wr. Kiah Roache-Turner, Tristan Roache-Turner; Jay Gallagher, Bianca Bradey, Leon Burchill; zombie apocalypse horror; Australian release 13 Feb 15

Zombie Brigade (Barrie Pattison, Carmelo Musca, 1988) aka The Body Counters, prod. Carmelo Musca, dp Alex McPhee, music John Charles & Todd Hunter; John Moore, Khym Lam, Adam Wong, Bob Faggetter, Maggie Wilde-West, Geoff Gibbs, 90 min.; shot in Toodyay, WA; not only is the lead actor Indigenous, but another Indigenous character, Charlie, provides the turning-point in the plot (cf. Howling 3); horror


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