With video that looks like it was shot on a home video camera & college-film level special effects, I'm not sure "good production quality" would be an applicable description.Now, this is the point I'm going to have a hard time getting across. It sure didn't feel like a B movie. It has good production quality and a tight script. This isn't no Piranhaconda!
Come on.... a B-movie about Zombies from Cuba... how could you possibly pass on that?
With video that looks like it was shot on a home video camera & college-film level special effects, I'm not sure "good production quality" would be an applicable description.
Actionavenue said:I think any extremely low budget movie (horror, scifi or in any other category) is probably going to fail to grab my attention mainly because there are enough good choices to successfully compete for my applause.
That trailer is truly not representative of the film quality. The special effects are fine, in that they do not detract from the film.
Don't pass this one over. There are loads of budget horror movies out there, I try to watch some when horror movie festivals result in a stream of them coming out. I recently saw Deadheads which I thought was okay. Juan of the Dead was a worthy use of my time and I think it will also be to many other people.