Slime City Massacre

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Overview

Terror oozes from the screen in writer/director Gregory Lambertson's gruesome sequel to his 1988 cult horror classic Slime City. Seven years after a dirty bomb turns Wall Street into a post-apocalyptic wasteland, Cory (Kealan Patrick Burke) and Alexa (Jennifer Bihl) seek sanctuary in a dilapidated financial district building after taking flight from the military. They thought the building had been abandoned, but they quickly discover that's not the case when they encounter Mason (Lee Perkins) and Alice (Debbie ...
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Overview

Terror oozes from the screen in writer/director Gregory Lambertson's gruesome sequel to his 1988 cult horror classic Slime City. Seven years after a dirty bomb turns Wall Street into a post-apocalyptic wasteland, Cory (Kealan Patrick Burke) and Alexa (Jennifer Bihl) seek sanctuary in a dilapidated financial district building after taking flight from the military. They thought the building had been abandoned, but they quickly discover that's not the case when they encounter Mason (Lee Perkins) and Alice (Debbie Rochon), who have been surviving in the city since the initial blast. Little do these four lost souls realize they have wandered right into the same building where malevolent cult leader Zachary Devon (Robert C. Sabin) and his "Coven of Flesh" previously committed mass suicide. Upon drinking Zachary's mysterious elixir and consuming his "Himalayan yogurt," Cory, Alexa, Mason, and Alex begin to experience a shocking transformation. Their bodies been taken over by Zachary and his disciples, and as the slime starts to flow, the fight for survival begins.
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Special Features

Cast & Crew Audio Commentary
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/10/2011
  • UPC: 631595110197
  • Original Release: 2010
  • Rating:

  • Source: Shriek Show
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 84,196

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jennifer Bihl
Kealan Patrick Burke
Debbie Rochon
Robert Sabin
Brooke Lewis
Mary Bogle
Roy Frumkes
Lee Perkins Mason
Technical Credits
Gregory Lamberson Director, Screenwriter
Phil Gallo Editor
Tamar Lamberson Associate Producer
John Maclay Executive Producer
Marc Makowski Producer
Mars of Dead House Music Score Composer
Christopher Santucci Cinematographer
Tommy Sweeney Associate Producer
Nelson Wakefield Associate Producer
Ed Walloga Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Slime City Massacre
1. Scene 1 [11:04]
2. Scene 2 [8:36]
3. Scene 3 [8:45]
4. Scene 4 [10:19]
5. Scene 5 [11:33]
6. Scene 6 [13:05]
7. Scene 7 [16:38]
8. Scene 8 [4:51]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Slime City Massacre
   Play With Cast & Crew Audio Commentary: On/Off
   Scene Access 1
   Scene Access 2
Disc #2 -- Slime City Massacre
   Slime City Survivor
   Scoring Slime
   Behind The Scenes
   Blooper Clips
   Deleted Scene
   Trailer
   Still Gallery
   Trailers
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  • Posted May 12, 2011

    Must See If You Like Fun Movie's

    Slime City Massacre is the much anticipated sequel to "Slime City" from 1988. The world is in like post apocalyptic state after a dirty bomb. The only people left in the city are homeless or other "undesirables". So its a story about survival in terrible conditions, then mix in gallons of Slime, and you have a lot of FUN. I hate to say it but I like Slime City Massacre better then Slime City. Both are a lot of fun. Debbie Rochon is great as well as the rest of the cast. The locations used in the movie are great for creating atmosphere. There was some characters who returned from the original which was fun to see them 22 years later. They did a Great job with this film. It ties in well to the first movie and yet progress's the story further then I imagined. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who is a fan of 70's-80's movies, cult movies, campy movies, and just movies in general. You will have a good time with this!

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