Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Pericles Lewnes|
|Produced by||Pericles Lewnes
|Written by||Fester Smellman
|Starring||Lisa de Haven
William W. Decker
Austin "Amac" McLaurine
Austin "Sexy Man" Brewer
|Music by||Adrian Bond|
|Edited by||Edward Bishop|
|Distributed by||Troma Entertainment|
|Running time||84 minutes
90 minutes (Director's cut)
96 minutes (25th Anniversary)
The movie is notable for being one of the first films shot entirely on videotape and then released to the homevideo market (making it a straight-to-video film). The title of the film was once used as an answer to a question in an 1980s edition of Trivial Pursuit, the question being "What film has the tagline 'They're Tobacco Chewin', Gut Chompin', Cannibal Kinfolk from Hell!'". Director Pericles Lewnes went on to work as a special effects supervisor on several other Troma productions, including The Toxic Avenger Part II, The Toxic Avenger Part III, and Troma's War, as well as Shatter Dead.
The film was released on VHS and DVD by Troma Entertainment. A new 20th anniversary edition of the film was released on DVD January 27, 2009. It includes the never before released soundtrack on CD.
- "Redneck Zombies". IMDb. Retrieved 2008-08-03.
- "Redneck Zombies: 20th Anniversary Gold Edition (DVD)". dvdempire.com. Retrieved 2011-04-16.
- Redneck Zombies at the Internet Movie Database
- Redneck Zombies at AllMovie
- Pericles Lewnes at the Internet Movie Database
- Troma Studios Website
- BadMovies.org Review
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