Hell has been unleashed on the small town of Muerto Verde when inbred cannibal farmers are turned into zombies after Taliban warriors poison the local water supply. The only hope for humanity are two FBI agents and four party-crazed college students.
They're not quite dead ... just brain dead.
Bill: I'm the inbred cannibal farmer zombie killin' king.
Linda: But... we were going to give you lesbian sex.
J.T. Hauser: That's Old Man Earl. He sold me this gun. [shoots Old Man Earl] J.T. Hauser: And that bullet.
Taliban Prisoner: The dude always gets killed trying to save the girl. This is it. I'm dead. You'll probably just get raped.
More than 50 gallons of blood was used in the production.
During principal shooting, the temperatures were well over 100 degrees, peaking at 110 degrees. All the sweat is real.
Rachel Balzer's character was written specifically for her after her audition.
Theatrical audiences yelled and screamed at the movie so much that the filmmakers included an "audience reaction track" on the DVD.
On the DVD audio commentary, Barsuglia reveals that the guns in Hauser's introductory scene are from Hauser's personal collection. At one point, after Hauser moved, he called Barsuglia, leaving the message, "I've got a problem. I don't know where my guns are."