Zombies, Zombies, Zombies
Three unique and disquieting takes on the zombie…
The Turning, AKA Zombie Lover – Jason Impey, 2010, 92 mins
Dillon Slater has a complicated past and is on the run. Coincidentally, he runs into his ex-girlfriend Stacy. She tells him that she is married to Michael and that he is abusing her. Little do they realise that he is also secretly bringing corpses back to life to create a Nazi army, with the help of the insane Dr Ilsa, played by Eileen Daly!
“I jumped out of my skin, a great low-budget horror film” – lovehorror
Yesterday – Rob Grant, 2009, 96 mins
Yesterday follows the lives of six complete strangers in the middle of a zombie outbreak as each person struggles to surviveSeveral people decide to band together and flee to the wilderness. Once camp is built however, they find that the living dead are not their only danger as they begin to turn on one another in a struggle for power and control.
Rob Grant, the director of the 2018 cult festival hit Fake Blood, shot Yesterday on 16mm film in 2009. This, his first horror feature, had also become a hit on the genre festival circuit, channeling the wild, over-the-top energy, gore, and cult film sensibilities of J.R. Bookwalter’s The Dead Next Door and Lief Jonker’s Darkness!
“The violence is always over-the-top in the right way” – horrorreviewsbythecollective
Dead County – Christian Fescine, 2021, 89 mins
When you are alone in a world full of flesh eating corpses, loneliness can be the worst killer. Even though the world has been taken over by the Living Dead, Wendell still finds a way to encounter the tribulations of mankind….
“Recounts the glory days of early Romero, Fulci” – wowhd