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Robert Stuart 5 years ago
This movie is fowl, uncouth, filthy, and offensive. And it's freaking awesome!
Ben Calverley almost 8 years ago
Bad taste horror musical with zombie chickens. Well worth a watch.
David Katz over 5 years ago
Devon 7 years ago
Henke 7 years ago
Tobias Stjernström almost 8 years ago
Joe Atamaniuk almost 8 years ago
Eric Richards 8 years ago
Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead is a 2006 musical-comedy horror exploitation film from Troma Entertainment, directed by Lloyd Kaufman from a screenplay by Gabriel Friedman and Daniel Bova. Written as a satire of the American fast food industry, Poultrygeist follows a group of people trapped inside a New Jersey fried chicken fast food restaurant - the American Chicken Bunker - which is being attacked by chicken-possessed zombie demons after building an establishment on top of sacred Indian burial ground. At the center of the film is Arbie (Jason Yachanin), an ACB employee trying to win back the heart of his ex-girlfriend Wendy (Kate Graham), an activist protesting against the restaurant who has left Arbie for another woman. Taking six years from script to screen, Poultrygeist was officially released on DVD in 2008 following a limited theatrical run, meeting with the highest critical acclaim of any film in Troma's thirty-five year history. High school sweethearts Arbie (Jason...
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