A zombie outbreak has ravaged the nation for roughly 3 years. A serum created by Dr. Bow which was supposed to give limited life to dead cells instead entirely reanimated dead humans! The Zombie Squad has been commissioned by the government to track down the original spread of the plague to see if they can produce a cure. They must travel to Akron, Ohio where Bow’s research is, and where the spread of the virus began. But when one of their own is infected, Raimi and the others need to put a rush on things to save their Zombie Squad buddy, Mercer!
Tony tells the story of an unemployed, antisocial loner with exquisite taste in 80’s action flicks, which oddly enough, sounds like the target demographic for this website. He spends his days trying to strike up conversation with strangers on the street that don’t have any interest in reciprocating that conversation – and why would they? He seems to be able to hold a conversation with himself that’s a lot more interesting than anything those strangers could possibly come up with. While on the outside, he seems oblivious to the world around him, inside there’s something much more sinister than you would ever suspect.
With the passing of Corey Haim on March 10th, we have decided that we’d like to pay a little tribute in our own way to Mr. Haim’s stellar career. First up on our agenda is 1996 film Demolition High, directed by none other than b-movie god, Jim Wynorski. In Demolition High, Haim plays Lenny Slater, a new student at Mayfield High school who hasn’t been able to fit in. He’s from the mean streets of Brooklyn, but he didn’t bargain for his school getting overrun by terrorists on his first day.
Over the last 2 years at Internal Bleeding we have tackled a lot of strange movies, both with sick and twisted stories, and those with questionable moral values… or at least we thought! Deadgirl makes those movies look like the Disney Sunday Movie in comparison. To give away the plot of the story in the opening paragraph not only ruins the dark and disturbing premise of the film but also tests the moral fiber of this website for describing something that not everyone in this world is prepared to read. I’m sure you think that we are just over-reacting and hyping up the storyline too much, but trust us, it’s not for the faint of heart!