Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies (2014). A Troma release, directed by Cody Knotts. Running time approximately 88 minutes. Distributed by 88 films UK. Certificate 18.
This film will only really appeal to wrestling fans, and those who remember the good old days, before Hulk Hogan became a racist, Jake The Snake had hair, The Nature boy Rick Flair was in his forties and not his seventies, and Jessie Ventura before he became a conspiracy theorist.
A complete nostalgic look into the lives of aging wrestling stars, who were the top of their game in the nineties but all pushing on late 50's now. A film that really is terrible, having no production costs, terrible acting, but being an extremely fun watching experience.
The idea does wear a little thin, at the final third of the movie with fight after fight with the wrestling undead.
The movie is fun though, bloody great gore scenes, for its budget, and a great look back to the great good old days of wrestling.
Extra features: audio commentary from Cody Knotts, and feature trailer.
After an accidental death in the ring, the brother of the deceased wrestler raises a demon and launches an army of the Undead to take on former wrestlers at an abandoned prison.