|Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead|
Japanese poster for Zombie Ass
|Directed by||Noboru Iguchi|
|Written by||Tadayoshi Kubo|
|Music by||Yasuhiko Fukuda|
|Edited by||Takeshi Wada|
Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead (ゾンビアス Zonbiasu) is a 2011 Japanese comedy horror film directed by Noboru Iguchi, which had its world premiere at the Austin, Texas Fantastic Fest film festival in September 2011. It was released theatrically in Japan in February 2012.
Wracked with guilt over the suicide of her bullied sister, young karate student Megumi accompanies four older friends on a trip into the woods: smart girl Aya, her druggie boyfriend Také, full-figured model Maki, and nerdy Naoi. Things start to go badly when Maki finds a parasitical worm inside a fish – and eats it down, in the hope that it will keep her skinny. Her stomach later feels horrible and she relieves herself in an outhouse toilet. The parasitic worm she ate had apparently laid eggs in her stomach and came out of her in her diarrhea attack. Soon after, they are attacked by a crowd of feces-covered undead who emerge from the outhouse toilet Maki used.
- Arisa Nakamura as Megumi
- Asana Mamoru as Maki
- Mayu Sugano as Aya
- Asami Sugiura as Female Zombie
- Yûki as Ko
- Danny as Naoi (credited as Danî)
- Kentaro Kishi as Take (as Kentarô Kishi)
- Demo Tanaka as The Shit Zombie
- Sayuri Yajima (credited as Yuri Takayama)
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- Todd Brown (2011-09-07). "Noboru Iguchi Has A ZOMBIE ASS". Twitch Film. Retrieved 2011-09-09.
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- 亜紗美 あさみ. Allcinema.net (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved 2012-07-09.
- Official website (in Japanese)
- Zombie Ass on IMDb
- Cassidy, Kevin, "AFM's 20 Most Outrageous Movie Posters #20: Zombie Ass", The Hollywood Reporter, November 8, 2011. Category: Most Original Attempt to Freshen up a Genre.
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