From the depths of HELL they have returned to walk the EARTH! Two ex-security agents discover what may be the real cause of what the TV news reports as animal attacks. Argenta (Claire Westby) and Shahrokh (Paul Pedrosa) are former employees of a company they knew to be conducting bizarre medical experiments.
What has resulted are not animal attacks, but attacks by humans - turned into vicious, decomposing, cannibalistic zombies. Their efforts to stem the violence in vain, hunted by the authorities, Shahrokh and Argenta escape the city just as it is engulfed by chaos. Their only hope lies in finding and organizing the few remaining survivors.
What they find - three vampire women armed with high-tech weaponry, a deranged & washed-up Mexican wrestler, a wounded soldier, and a scientist who may know more than he lets on - offer more questions than answers. These few must band together to defeat the hordes of the undead before they are themselves consumed by the new order, the MEAT MARKET?
Contains Cannibalism, graphic gore, male/female nudity, male/female sex, lesbian sex, frequent foul language, graphic depictions of decomposing corpses.
"I was very impressed with Meat Market and fully enjoyed it. I can see your references from Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead as well the Italian bunch of horrors like Zombi 2. Good make up and genuinely effective - I even looked over my shoulder on more than one occasion and I'm saying this from a veteran horror journalist! Viva Meat Market!" -Jay Slater, of The Darkside Magazine
"a deliciously wicked exercise in parody - Like the great DAWN OF THE DEAD, MEAT MARKET uses a devilish sense of humor to ask very human questions." -b-independent.com
"...this is a great ride. It's with great anticipation that I am looking forward to the sequel, MEAT MARKET 2, to come out this Halloween." -GOREZONE.NET - None So Vile Magazine
"This is a great low budget Canadian-lensed zombie rampage from Frontline Films. Director Brian Clement overcomes shot-on-video shortcomings and typical zombie plotting with fast pacing, gore, abundant nudity and a very interesting crew of mixed genre heroes - All in all a balls to the walls fright fest that's exciting and very adult in nature" -secretscrolldigest.com
-named "Underground Film of the Year, 2001" by b-independent.com
-official selection (trailer) at the 2001 Zombiedance film fest in Austin Texas
-official selection at the 2001 Halloween Film Festival, Stuttgart Germany
Genre: Horror/SciFi Rating: NR
Director: Brian Clement