Rob Sacchetto is helping horror fans show their love for the genre AND the planet.
"The Gamera Collection," "Zombie for Sale," and other new additions coming to the streaming library July 1st
SCREAMFEST LA 2019 REVIEW: “EAT, BRAINS, LOVE” CONTAINS LOTS OF EATING BUT LACKS BOTH LOVE AND BRAINS
A zombie comedy that oddly lacks two of the words in its title. No romance (unless you count completely superficial) and a severe lack of brains. But it does have eating. A lot. So I’ll give it that.
Today’s film, Biozombie, was released only one year after the handover, and was something of a bellweather, not necessarily of Chinese horror film, but rather the fact that it is likely the first horror film to be heavily influenced by video games!
After all, when it comes to horror films, it sometimes feels like going dumpster diving for that one packaged cookie you threw out by mistake. And once in a while, to my delight, I find a nice, chocolatey cookie I didn’t even know was there.