An homage to the 70's B-movie Drive In theater experience, including fake intermissions and commercials. The film itself is zombie horror: Bubba's Chili Parlor, a restaurant in rural Texas,...
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An homage to the 70's B-movie Drive In theater experience, including fake intermissions and commercials. The film itself is zombie horror: Bubba's Chili Parlor, a restaurant in rural Texas, becomes ground zero for a worldwide zombie epidemic after Bubba unwittingly serves chili infected with a mutated strain of Mad Cow Disease. Written by
The film was shot guerilla style - on one occasion, the local police held the cast and crew at gunpoint, responding to passersby's 9-11 calls that described bloody bodies lying on the road and people with guns. See more »
It's kinda hard rating this movie. I also called this one or named it "labour of Love", because it's pretty obvious that all involved here are fans of the Genre. But that doesn't necessarily mean, that the viewer is sitting there, watching the movie and thinking, well there intentions were good ...
Unfortunately the movie lacks many things (a good script, money, locations and acting abilities), but it still has a lot of charm. If that is enough to win you over and get you to like the movie, is a completely different deal. The makers and all those involved, seem to be nice people (saw them at the Fright Fest in London, were the movie was also shown). Since it was their first big project, there still room for improvement and I sincerely hope they'll learn from this experience (or to sort of quote another Horror movie director, "They should take in the Fan reactions, see what works, see what doesn't and try to make the next one better!").
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