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Bio Zombie

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Bio Zombie

Bio Zombie
Directed by Wilson Yip
Produced by Joe Ma
Written by Matt Chow
So Man-Sing
Wilson Yip
Starring Jordan Chan
Sam Lee
Angela Tong
Wayne Lai
Music by Peter Kam
Cinematography Kwok-Man Keung
Edited by Ka-Fai Cheung
Distributed by Media Blasters (U.S. DVD)
Release dates

6 November 1998

24 April 2001 (U.S. DVD)
Running time
94 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Bio Zombie (Dawn of the Dead and shows many similarities to Peter Jackson's Braindead.


  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • Reception 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


This movie takes place in a mall where two young men and other people work. They do not seem to get along very well due to a lack of customers. One night the two young men give an apparently dying businessman a soft drink, which is in actuality an experimental Iraqi biological weapon that turns him into a flesh-eating zombie. Returning to the mall, the man escapes and begins infecting the population, forcing a small group of misfits to band together in order to survive.


  • Jordan Chan as Woody Invincible
  • Sam Lee as Crazy Bee
  • Angela Tong as Rolls
  • Wayne Lai as Kui
  • Emotion Cheung as Loi
  • Yeung Wing Cheung as Chinki Zombie
  • Frankie Chan
  • Ronny Ching
  • Matt Chow
  • Ken Lok

Voice cast (English version):

[1] [2]



  1. ^ Bio Zombie at HKMDB
  2. ^ Bio Zombie at

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