House of the Dead (2003)

Zombie Cynthia

Casper (Ellie Cornell) saves the day when Cynthia (Sonya Salomaa) turns up as a zombie.

Directed by Uwe Boll.

Released in 2003 by Lionsgate.

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  • primary-genre: Horror
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  • actor: Kira Clavell
  • actor: Will Sanderson
  • actor: Enuka Okuma
  • actor: Tyron Leitso
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  • actor: Ona Grauer
  • actor: Ellie Cornell
  • actor: Sonya Salomaa
  • actor: Jonathan Cherry
  • director: Uwe Boll
  • producer: Mark A. Altman
  • producer: Max Wanko
  • producer: Philip Selkirk
  • producer: Christoph Nuehlen
  • producer: Uwe Boll
  • producer: Mark Gottwald
  • producer: Daniel S. Kletzky
  • cinematographer: Mathias Neumann
  • composer: Reinhard Besser
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  • screenwriter: Mark A. Altman
  • year: 2003
  • studio: Lionsgate