|Directed by||Tetsuro Takeuchi|
|Produced by||Kaichiro Furata|
|Written by||Satoshi Takagi|
|Music by||Guitar Wolf|
|Edited by||Tomoe Kubota|
Wild Zero is a 1999 Japanese comedy horror film directed by Tetsuro Takeuchi. The film stars Masashi Endō as Ace, a big fan of the Japanese rock group Guitar Wolf. After assisting the group, Guitar Wolf makes Ace his blood brother and give him a whistle to blow during times of trouble. Ace later meets Tobio (Shitichai Kwancharu) during a gas station robbery. The group later find themselves in the middle of a zombie invasion.
Wild Zero was shown as part of the Midnight Madness series at the 2000 Toronto International Film Festival.
Variety gave the film a mixed review, stating that "Pic has everything the midnight crowd could possibly want, although such items generally have a hard time hitting other parts of the theatrical clock." The online film database Allmovie gave the film a three and a half star rating out of five, stating that "this film's giddy energy and unrepentantly silly story line are a hoot and a holler of fun."
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