A young woman who appears to be a zombie sits with a gun in a room full of corpses. Cara Carter describes how her father, Dr. Ben Carter, decided to bring his dead wife back from the dead. Naturally, in the process of trying out his formula he manages to create a ton of zombies. His daughter gets exposed to the drug, but it has an unusual effect on her as she retains her intelligence and emotions. Of course, the zombie plague soon starts to spread. The bites, quite naturally, are infectious. With law enforcement seemingly hopeless dumb, is there any hope of survival?Written by
A mad scientist conducts experiments with the help of his daughters in raising the dead, so that he can bring his beloved late wife back to life - but it all goes terribly wrong!
This is movie starts out as a mad scientist movie, before turning into a zombie apocalypse one. The latter have been done to death over the last decade or so, with weak plots and poor CGI effects. I felt that BB was a breath of fresh air. It has an interesting story line, it favours practical effects over computerised ones and is obviously made by people who love horror movies. Very reminiscent of the zombie movies made back in the late 1970's to the mid 1980's, in particular those from Italy. Gore fans will not be disappointed. The low budget does show and some of the acting is wooden, but if anything it adds to its charm, plus there is a fair bit of humour but not too much. Although nowhere near as good as the movies that it pays tribute to I really did enjoy this and look forward to checking out director Brett Mullen's other works.
AKA Dead Inferno
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