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Zombie movies are a dime a dozen nowadays but fans just can’t seem to get enough of them. I will admit I enjoy a good zombie movie as well, but I think the market is so flooded that it is difficult to find a good, original story line.
Bath Salt Zombies is yet another horror film from the prolific B movie producer Dustin Mills. I have been a fan of his work since I saw the Puppet Monster Massacre a few years back; it is quite amazing what he is able to do with so little in the way of finances… I only wonder what he would be capable of if he had a typical Hollywood budget. Alas that is not the case.
We are stoked to bring you the premiere of the video for the song “Dead Friends” by Kentucky-based rock band Uh Huh Baby Yeah!.
The title alone was enough for me to at least want to take a chance and check out Zombie A-Hole, especially since it was produce by Dustin Mills! I really liked his film, The Puppet Monster Massacre, so I jumped right in. As you might expect this is a low budget B-movie; but I didn’t realize just how low of a budget. After a little bit of research I found out that the budget for this movie was a mere $1000 dollars. That alone should give you an idea of what to expect here.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Wretched, vocalist for the horror punk band Grave Robber. Dressed in zombie costumes that look like they’ve been lifted from a B horror movie, these dudes put on one heck of a show. However if you peel away the costumes and over-the-top stage show, what remains is a collection of good, fun-to-listen-to, punk tunes. Here’s what Wretched had to say.