Horrorween

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Horrorween
Horrorween FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Joe Estevez
Produced by Ed Meyer
Written by
Starring
Music by George Clinton
Cinematography James Chean
Editing by Mark Andrew Job
Studio Horrorween.com
Distributed by Adirondack International Pictures
Release dates
  • October 30, 2010 (2010-10-30)
Running time 100 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $10 million

Horrorween is a 2010 horror comedy film directed by Joe Estevez and written by Mike Muscat, Judd Rubin, Jason Sanchez and Ed Meyer.[1] It stars Lloyd Kaufman, Kathy Garver and Tom Savini.

Plot[edit]

A group of people hunt Zombies. Horrorween is a homage to John Carpenter's classic Halloween.

Cast[edit]

  • R.A. Mihailoff as Bouncer
  • Mike Muscat as Uncle Ralph
  • Brad Milne as Dementia's Banker
  • Andrea Ownbey as Zombie
  • Constance Estevez as Connie
  • Kerry Wallum as Zombie
  • Krisondra Daigneault as Sophia Evila
  • Modi Rosenfeld as Shlomo
  • Ricky Dôminguez as Greg
  • Jaclyn Friedlander as Horrific Character
  • Chuck Williams as Killer
  • Lauren Day as Zombie
  • Ky Evans as Mobster
  • Sylvia Browne as Sylvia Browne
  • Henry LeBlanc as Uncle Henry
  • Raquel Brussolo as Lounge Singer
  • Michael Placencia as Tommy Muscle
  • Janet Miranda as Actress
  • Chuck Lamb as Sal Dementia Sr.
  • John Sjogren as Zombie
  • Ivy Iacono as Donna Dementia
  • Eliezer Castro as Big Tony
  • Eric Feliciano as Mobster
  • Ron Fitzgerald as Haunted House Curator
  • Jessica Panetta as Neighbor
  • John Sialiano as Goumba Johnny
  • Ed Meyer as Chindows CEO
  • Anthony Timpone as Himself
  • Ashley Williams as Neighbor
  • Sola Fasehun as Nurse
  • Shelby Eliese as Trick or Treater #3
  • Oliver Theess as The surfer dude
  • Jill Bryan as Debbie Dementia
  • Kiana Daignault as Little Miss Evila
  • Natalie Grace as Zombie
  • Nancy Spielberg as Nancy Dementia
  • Grace Hetrick as Twisted Wasabi
  • Eric Politowski as Cameo
  • Nick Latrenta as Mafia Member
  • Hunter Meyer as Young Salvadore
  • Jim Dorey as Zombie
  • Harold St. Croix as Policeman
  • Jason Sanchez as Moische
  • Dana Werpny as Girl Next Door
  • Judyth Piazza as Reporter
  • Jeremy Ferdman as Poster Guy
  • Erik Estrada as Contractor
  • Edward Sherry as Undertaker
  • Denise Power as Laura
  • Enza Anderson as Supermodel
  • Kurt Johnson as Edward Dennis
  • Joe Quick as Mafia member
  • Joe Boxer as Joe Boxer
  • Joe Thomas as Bouncer
  • Richie Stark as Cameo
  • Elizabeth Henry as Trick or Treat Mom
  • Joey Politowski as Cameo
  • Jordan Meyer as Trick or Treater #1
  • Rob Lamb as Tough Guy
  • Hans Nilsson as Computer Nerd
  • Sean Torres as Scary Character
  • Jeff Hysell as Mobster
  • David Kahle as Zombie
  • January Harrell
  • James Gilkerson as Squirtman (Superhero)
  • Dan E. Zuko as Zuko
  • Robert Golden as Zombie
  • Etan Goldman as Rapper
  • Samuel Sanchez as Doc
  • Mark Womack as Trick or Treater
  • William August as Software Magnate
  • Nils Oliveto as Mobster

Production[edit]

It was filmed since October 2007 in California, New York, Ohio, London, England, Toronto, Ontario, and in New Jersey.[2] The movie was first announced by Katie Couric and Matt Lauer on the Today Show, with Chuck Lamb and Tila Tequila in the lead roles, both were later replaced.[3]

Release[edit]

The film premiered in Los Angeles on 30 October 2010.

References[edit]

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