Directed by: Dustin Mills
Starring: Jessica Daniels, Josh Eal, Brandon Salki
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Distributed by: MVD Entertainment Group
Release Date: August 21, 2012
Running Time: 108 minutes
Film: 3 out of 5 stars
Extras: N/A on review copy
For a film that only costed $1,000 bucks, “Zombie A-Hole” is a pretty decent ride. Dustin Mills is the man behind the incredibly creative micro-budgeted movie “The Puppet Monster Massacre”, featuring an all-puppet cast. Mills will be making a sequel to this fun film but in the meantime we get “Zombie A-Hole”. It is fun Grindhouse/exploitation flick filled with a lot of blood, nude girls, gore and some kick ass southern rock. No the film is not amazing by any means at all but for its micro budget it looks awesome and packs some decent special effects. IF you respect indie horror then you are going to definitely enjoy this little film…or at least get you through until “The Puppet Monster Massacre 2”.
The story follows cowboy and a one-eyed girl who are seeking vengeance on the Zombie A-Hole, who preys on naked twin girls. It is not just a revenge film though with a zombie, this film also tapers with voodoo and did I mention twins?. It mixes live action with CG, as well as a mix of horror and comedy. The review DVD is presented bare-bones with no special features. But the official release coming August 21st actually does contain special features including a commentary, the original trailer, and a deleted scene featuring a fourth main character that was cut from the film. Overall though I am a fan of horror films and even though low-budget this is worth checking out, since a lot of love when into making this little film.
One Reply to “Film Review “Zombie A-Hole””
Thanks so much for the kind words. I am very glad you enjoyed it. The official release coming August 21st actually does contain special features including a commentary, the original trailer, and a deleted scene featuring a fourth main character that we cut from the film.