3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The title alone is worth the $...but the film delivers,
This review is from: Zombie A-Hole (DVD)
Whatever you picture in your weak little mind when you imagine a new zombie movie is intrinsically wrong in every way due to the poison fed to you through the mainstream Hollywood vision of modern monsters. Stop it. As a matter of fact just do whats right and slice a full-circle hole from the brow of your forehead 'round to your furthest ear to pull the top back like a lid allowing you to grab your mind out of your faulty skull, crumple the brain like paper trash and toss it in the nearest dumpster because it has lead you very, very astray. You dont need your brain for this film anyways. It wasnt that great of a brain in the first place.
Anyhows, all's you need for Zombie A-hole is your libido, sense of fear and insatiable desire for creepy fun. Maybe some vaseline too, but...thats up to you.
This flick seriously does more with a low budget for horror than "Saw 1 thru 15" combined. The packs of Zombies are different than any flock you seen on any film AND seem to work in a hierarchy which is interesting to say the least. The backwoods backdrop serves to keep you engaged in something foundationally new (no empty big cities or underground sci-fi lairs). Brandon Salkil owns his part(s) in this rowdy thriller and the rest of the cast dance thru the script like they all knew that they were setting their sites on pure B-movie perfection NOT worrying about the distraction of trying to prove their validity as up'n'comers (which ironically IS the real indicator of maturity in any artistic craft proving their validity all-the-more).
There is blood, guts, babes, boobs and interesting kills for thrills. Why wouldnt you watch this? Become a better person. Sit down and enjoy Zombie A-hole. Now.
You're welcome, y'all.