I sit to begin this list with the background noise of Romero’s Day of the Dead playing, and it’s a great flick to have as motivation for putting together a list like the one I’m about to compile.
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(aka Khun krabii hiiroh ) SYNOPSIS: The fourth generation of the virus SARS is found in Africa! It’s more dangerous and causes the patients to transform into bloodthirsty zombies. The virus quickly lands to Thailand, Dr. Bryan Thompson who creates the anti-virus, ends up getting infected while doing his experiment and soon the virus is spreading to all the residents of his same building. At that time, Khun is trying to help a young girl … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: In a small town in Japan, Kirie comes upon her boyfriend’s father silently videotaping a snail. He seems unaware of her presence and she thinks no more of it. Later, the mans obsession with spirals becomes more and more bizarre, ending in his suicide in a washing machine which turn his body into a spiral. Soon other inhabitants become possesed with different forms of spirals, one student seems to be mutating into a snail, … Continue reading
(aka – Monster Wore Jeans) SYNOPSIS: A cop is killed in the line of duty, only to be reanimated by a freak event involving a black cat and a lightning bolt. Now he’s got to act normal, despite the fact that he’s a living corpse who needs to recharge with energy in order to function! REVIEW: BLUE JEAN MONSTER (1991) Director: Kai Ming Lai Writer: Kam – hung Ng Producer: Jonathan Chow Cinematographer: Kenichi Nakagawa … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: When high school student Rika is torn to shreds by zombies, her master-surgeon grandfather pieces her back together–into the ultimate zombie-killing badass chick. Now it’s on. REVIEW: Director: Kenichi Fujiwara Writer: Kenichi Fujiwara * Takeyuki Morikaku Cast: Mina Arai * Lemon Hanazawa * Kotaro Kamijo * Ryunosuke Kawai * Kesuke * Eiichi Kikuchi * Risa Kudo Which leads to what is probably the best and my favorite scene in the whole movie. Tomoya is … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: Sang-hyun, a priest working for a hospital, selflessly volunteers for a secret vaccine development project intended to eradicate a deadly virus. However, the virus eventually takes over the priest. He nearly dies, but makes a miraculous recovery by an accidental transfusion of vampire blood. He realizes his sole reason for living: the pleasures of the flesh. REVIEW: THIRST Director: Chan – Wook Park Produced: Chan-Wook Park * Young-Ook Shin Cinematographer: Chung Hoon Chung Editors: … Continue reading