Written and Directed by Charles McCrann


Charles McCrann, Beverly Shapiro, Dennis Helfend, Paul Haskin, John Amplas, Judith M. Brown, Phillip Garfinkel, Kevin Hanlon, Bob Larson, and Roger Miles

A group of hippies have a huge crop of weed growing up in the hills, but the Feds are aware of this and employ a local crop duster to go and spray a wack of weed killer on the illegal plants.

This is no ordinary pesticide though, its an untested turbo DDT varient and the unsuspecting hippies get saturated with it. Covered in the dust, the hippies run around vomiting blood.

Meanwhile the drunken crop duster gets out of his plane covered in the dust and pretty soon his wife falls victim to the chemical as well. Blood is the only thing that can quench the thirst of the infected victims, and its not long before the hippies and other toxic zombies spread the disease to more and more.

This rare cult classic was made just after Dawn of the Dead and filmed outside Pittsburgh, the zombie capital of the world. Also known as Bloodeaters and Forest of Fear.

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