In this Grindhouse throwback, it's up to a hippie chick, Sadie Hawkins, and a comic book-reading soda Jerk, Darrel Lee, to save the world, but not without a little help from a group of indie film rejects shooting a zombie film in an old west ghost town. Set in 1969, an ancient curse has spilled over into the world of the living, with werewolves, vampires, zombies, and bucket-loads of blood.Written by
The production went through 15 gallons of SFX Blood. They did all of the blood effects themselves. "More Blood!"yelled director Brian Skiba every day all day. In fact: the scene where Lucy is cursing Tristan and Rachel in the barn, the whole crew ended up covered in blood. See more »
View this film at your own discretion. It is gratuitously garbage, BUT in the style of grindhouse films. A term used to describe a movie that sacrifices the traditional film-making concepts such as good acting, character development, production values, creative directing and an understandable plot outline in favor for sex, gore, nudity, violence and other shocking themes.
The term originates from the word used to describe theatres that were known to screen such movies. Think Quinten Tarantino or Robert Rodriguez style films.
The format comes across comic book style, blood spatter is ridiculously colorful and plenty. The editing style seems to have been lost in places and the sound mix is mediocre. The plot, well, it's lame attempt at creativity is lost upon the audience. A century old curse, a woman sentenced to break the curse of werewolves, vampires and zombies, Satan. The zombies are comical in appearance. From the 23 minute mark I literally forced myself to continue as a film watcher.
I feel dumber for actually watching this masterpiece of garbage. 2/10
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