How Low Can You Go?
Release Date: April 18, 2008
Audience: Older teenagers and adults
Runtime: 94 minutes
Distributor: Triumph Films/Sony Pictures Entertainment
Director: Jay Lee
Executive Producer: None
Writer: Jay Lee
Address Comments To:Michael Lynton, Chairman/CEO
Amy Pascal, Chairman - Motion Picture Group
Sony Pictures Entertainment
(Columbia Pictures/TriStar/Screen Gems/Provident/Triumph Films)
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Culver City, CA 90232-3195
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The story of ZOMBIE STRIPPERS, which is an excuse to showcase graphic scenes of nudity, violence and sex, opens with a prologue explaining that President Bush, in his fourth term, has okayed a plan to re-animate dead soldiers to continue the fight against terrorism. The zombie formula has, however, infected many of the scientists working on the project in an underground facility. A military team is sent to wipe out the zombies, but one of the soldiers gets infected. The zombie soldier escapes and comes upon a strip joint, where he infects one of the strippers. The zombie stripper becomes a sensation, earning lots of money for the strip place. Because he’s making so much money, the owner lets her live, even though she starts infecting the customers and the other strippers. Soon, however, the deadly zombies outnumber the human beings.
ZOMBIE STRIPPERS revels in gore, graphic violence, crude sex, and explicit nudity. The dialogue is purposely extremely campy, but not in a good way. The movie’s politically correct, mindless jabs at the Bush administration, capitalism and American men are almost as abhorrent. If a major Hollywood studio can finance and distribute a schlocky left-wing movie like this, albeit only in a few movie theaters, then surely a major studio can finance more joyous, entertaining movies that explicitly lift up uplifting biblical values and the inspirational, redemptive, saving name of Jesus Christ.
ZOMBIE STRIPPERS tries to justify its reason for being by presenting a corny, ham-fisted, politically correct satire of the alleged evils of President George W. Bush, American capitalism and the American male psyche. ZOMBIE STRIPPERS revels in gore, graphic violence, extreme sex, and explicit nudity. The dialogue is purposely extremely campy, but not in a good way. The movie’s politically correct, mindless jabs at the Bush administration, capitalism and American men are almost as abhorrent.