Stayed up late last night to catch this one.
A little while ago I talked about why I’m tougher on A movies than B movies. And I’ll give a pass to B movies that try hard, even if they suck.
Well, here’s an example as to why. Automation Transfusion cost $30,000 to make. The director and the producer are young and inexperienced. The actors are a bunch of high school kids.
And it still ROCKS.
Is it perfect? No. There are some dumb things, and when they stop to explain the plot, I laughed out loud. Some of the jerky camera is a touch much.
But this movie is an example of why B Movies are great. It’s got soul. It is a hard core, balls to the wall, blood and guts, zombie flick. It’s visceral. It’s gross. It’s violent. And it has chainsaws.
The reviews over on IMDB make fun of the acting. I don’t know what they’re smoking, but I thought (relatively speaking of course) that these kids did an excellent job. It isn’t masterpiece theater you dumbasses. It is people getting eaten by zombies. How much ’emoting’ do you want.
The plot? Well, people get eaten by zombies. That’s pretty much it. Don’t overthink it.
Overall, fellow B movie nerds, catch this flick.