Friday, 12 December 2014
The Stink of Flesh (2005)
A disparate group of people end up in a ranch with a pair of sexual deviants and a woman with a conjoined sister growing in her side during a zombie apocalypse.
In this film the humans are way more fucked up than the zombies and this is what the story focuses on. That's not to say we don't get treated to oodles of latex and corn-syrup blood though. Some great dialogue, decent but occasionally terrible acting and a corking soundtrack (think Calexico crossed with the Gun Club) make this movie a treat for lovers of exploitation, zombie and cheap-ass horror films. Excellent stuff!
Original letterboxd review