They’re better than all right. They’re the Rising Generation, and they’ve got guts. Yours. And they’re ripping them out even as we speak…
We Are What We Eat (2012) is a short zombie film written and directed by Sam Toller, a 16 year old film-maker from the UK. It’s being premiered at the National Film Festival for Talented Youth in Seattle on Friday April 27, 2012, at 11:00pm (Toller isn’t even the youngest director represented in the Festival’s Late Night Horror Show, which I find a very encouraging sign). You know all the times I’ve moaned that every kid with a camera and a bucket of fake blood thinks he can make a zombie movie? Well, I will never make that comparison again… because it turns out there’s at least one who does it pretty well.
Unfortunately, I can’t make it to the show myself; but if anybody’s in the area and has a chance to attend the Late Night Horror Show, please post your impressions in the Comments.
Oh — and that sound you hear in the distance is Mary Whitehouse shrieking in Hell.