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Texas Voodoo Zombies

Texas Voodoo Zombies (2016) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  95m  •    •  Directed by: Victor McGlothin.  •  Starring: Sheleva Bailey, Jonathan Ball, Jasmine Bardere, Yarvette Bass, Zarlene Rogers Baxter, Marcella Benjamin, Gin Blanton, Tori Cage, KayDee Carr, Deanna Chandler, Zaki Omar Clement, Jasmine Collmer, El Jay da Comic.  •  Music by: Jason Robinson.
    He has to find a real job within 48 hours or go back to jail and serve out a five-year bid for habitual marijuana possession. Knowing that he has too many haters inside to last a single day if sent back to county lockup, Charlie Lewinsky - a shady probation officer, forces Doobie to become his personal weed dispenser. Desperate to break away from Charlie's control and his own checkered past, Doobie borrows a bug truck and strikes out to become the best exterminator in the hood. Always the irresponsible, skirt-chasing loser, Doobie wastes little time breaking all the rules and the trust of his clients when he mistakenly sprays several of his neighbors' homes with a deadly chemical mix. Just when it appears Doobie's his luck has changed, his ex-girlfriend - the scheming Voodoo priestess Sabrina, casts a spell that converts his toxic bug-killing concoction into a powerful Zombie potion. After turning his community into a walking dead hoodpocalypse, Doobie has a tough decision to make. He can stand and fight Zombies to the death with his big sister Kenya and friend Tracy or he run like hell!

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Terrance "Doobie" Jones (Garrick Thomas) fresh out of county lock-up gets a job as a bug sprayer. About an hour into the film he boils some spray into his chili dip and we finally get to the title, although I am not sure what the voodoo had to do with it, Most of the film has to do with urban drama involving women and their carnal desires. The film was bad and slightly campy by design. As far as being entertaining, it was a missed opportunity.

Review by Michael Ledo from the Internet Movie Database.