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Planet Terror (21-Jun-2007)

Director: Robert Rodriguez

Writer: Robert Rodriguez

Keywords: Horror, Explosions

Robert Rodriguez exploitation flick depicts a zombie apocalypse and mortal resistance against the resulting chaos.

ABSTRACT
Released as a standalone film following its success as one half of double-feature Grindhouse, Planet Terror is a campy B-movie-esque exploitation cliche brought into the present day, following an ad-hoc group of everymen turned warriors as they face off against hordes of flesh-eating zombies brought about by the accidental release of a neurotoxin from a Texas-based military laboratory.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Naveen Andrews
Actor
17-Jan-1969   Sayid on Lost
Michael Biehn
Actor
31-Jul-1956   Aliens, The Rock, The Abyss
Josh Brolin
Actor
12-Feb-1968   No Country for Old Men
Jeff Fahey
Actor
29-Nov-1952   The Lawnmower Man
Stacy Ferguson
Singer
27-Mar-1975   Fergie from Black Eyed Peas
Nicky Katt
Actor
11-May-1970   Harry Senate on Boston Public
Cheech Marin
Actor
13-Jul-1946   The stoned half of Cheech and Chong
Rose McGowan
Actor
5-Sep-1973   Paige Matthews on Charmed
Julio Oscar Mechoso
Actor
31-May-1955   Joaquin Tiant on Greetings from Tucson
Michael Parks
Actor
24-Apr-1940   Then Came Bronson
Freddy Rodriguez
Actor
17-Jan-1975   Rico Diaz on Six Feet Under
Tom Savini
Film Director
3-Nov-1946   Special effects master
Marley Shelton
Actor
12-Apr-1974   Sin City
Quentin Tarantino
Film Director
27-Mar-1963   Pulp Fiction
Danny Trejo
Actor
16-May-1944   Ex-con turned character actor
Bruce Willis
Actor
19-Mar-1955   Die Hard

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