The year is 1969 - not only the season of free love but the birth of Astro Zombies, a maniacal cult menace from horror creator Ted V. Mikels (The Corpse Grinders). An outlandish cinematic treat, Astro Zombies sets up a legacy of gut-wrenching gore and exploitation that has to be seen to be believed. Horror icon John Carradine (The Howling) is astro-scientist Dr. DeMarco, a man obsessed with the re-animation of corpses in the privacy of his top secret laboratory. With the explicit help of two solar-powered robot zombies, a rampage ensues of the most violent kind leading Chinese communist spies, a fearless Mexican agent Satana (Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!) and an intrepid CIA agent Holman (Wendell Corey, Rear Window) on a grisly trail to get to the blood-soaked bottom of it all. Blending the best and worst of Ed Wood, Russ Meyer and George A. Romero, Astro Zombies stands on it's own as a demented tribute to the undead.