- Directors: Jay Lee
- Producers: Larry Schapiro, Andrew Golov, Angela J Lee
- Writers: Jay Lee
- Genres: Comedy, Horror
- Actors: Robert Englund, Jenna Jameson, Penny Drake, Roxy Saint, Jessica Custodio, Tito Ortiz
The film opens with a news montage explaining that it is set in a dystopic near-future in which the second Bush Administration — which has been elected to a fourth term (even though the actual U.S. Constitution limits the president to just two terms, or, 10 years total) — has disbanded the United States Congress; has banned public nudity nation-wide; and, is embroiled in wars with France, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, Venezuela, Canada, and Alaska (which has seceded from the U.S.A.). Facing a situation in which there are more wars than there are soldiers to fight them, a secret laboratory run by Dr. Chushfeld (Brad Milne) in Sartre, Nebraska has developed a virus to re-animate dead marines and send them back into battle. However, the virus has broken containment and infected test subjects and scientists are at risk of escaping the lab. A team of marines codenamed the “Z” Squad is sent in to destroy the zombies, but one of the marines named Byrdflough (Zak Kilberg) is bitten and escapes. The infected marine ends up in an alley outside an underground strip club named Rhino. The marine dies and awakens as a zombie that goes into the club.
The remaining humans in the club struggle to survive until the “Z” Squad burst in to destroy the zombies. But they discover that the zombies were allowed to escape by the Bush Administration, in the hopes that the ensuing zombie plague would distract Americans from their gross mishandling of the war effort and the economy.