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Oasis of the Zombies (DVD, 2001)
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Oasis of the Zombies (DVD, 2001)

Eduardo Fajardo | Rating: Not Rated
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    Movie synopsis
    When a young student receives word of his father's death, he gathers up his strength and leaves the campus of his beautiful English university to travel back to Africa, his home. While going through personal effects, he discovers his father's diaries and in them reads of a secret stash of Nazi gold hidden somewhere in the Sahara. He gathers a group of student friends to search for the treasure, only to discover that it is guarded by the rotting undead who died protecting it!

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    • Number of Discs: 1
    • Rating: Not Rated
    • Film Country: USA
    • UPC: 014381910728

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    Leading Role:Eduardo Fajardo
    eBay Product ID: EPID3367678
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    Created: 05/06/07

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    Review For: Oasis of the Zombies (DVD, 2001)

    The greatest thing about this movie is its original US title - Bloodsucking Nazi Zombies. Barring that, this is one of the worst zombie films ever created. Guaranteed to put you to sleep. There are three rules the producers of this film went with: #1 - recklessly zoom the camera in on anything, preferably something wholly unrelated to whatever is happening, #2 - have the actors stand around a lot; the less they do the better (as a matter of fact, judging by their acting ability, the less they say the better as well. Sadly the scriptwriter did not get that memo), #3 - put a tone deaf half-wit in charge of the sound track. Give him one of those old Sesame Street keyboards and a four track recorder and let him go to town. After an hour and half of spastic music and do-nothing characters punctuated by frantic lens zooming, you should find yourself comatose or at least in a trance-like state. When you're done with the movie, punch yourself in the groin to a. bring yourself back to reality, and b. punish yourself for throwing away money on this garbage. Not even good by Eurotrash Sleaze standards.

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