Zombeer: Shocking Drunken Bloodsucking Zombies from Beyond the Vat

Zombeer: Shocking Drunken Bloodsucking Zombies from Beyond the Vat

Zombeer is a dark and shocking horror short film by the Dutch director Rob van der Velden, whose previous short horror film won a Dutch Quentin Tarantino Competition.  A drunken brew master has embarrassed the town brewery for the last time and has been exiled to the lonely late-night shift.  But he hasn’t let this setback interrupt his drinking, and he ends up falling head-first into a boiling vat of churning hops.  Now we all know that this would turn any drunk into a raging zombie, right?  And that the now-tainted beer will turn everyone else who drinks this hops-with-a-bite into bloodthirsty zombies also, right?  So now we have an entire town of drunken, bloody-minded zombies.  That’s the plot.  Done.

Zombeer: Shocking Drunken Bloodsucking Zombies from Beyond the Vat

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The Tarantino Mixtape: Tarantino’s Bloody Film Career, Blendy-Mashed Condensed

The Tarantino Mixtape: Tarantino’s Bloody Film Career, Blendy-Mashed Condensed

The Taratino Mixtape is a creation of the Webby Award-nominated media artists Eclectic Method, who have thrown the best of Quentin Tarantino’s movies into a blender and created a 7-minute mash-up of Tarantino’s outstanding bloody works, in all its classic-retro glory. The mixtape blends a number of Quentin Tarantino’s greatest movie scenes and soundtracks, including: Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill I & II and Grindhouse.

The Eclectic Method is a trio of London natives Jonny Wilson, Ian Edgar and Geoff Gamlen, who have created audio and visual remixes for many of the worlds greatest performers. They’ve worked for everyone from U2, Fatboy Slim, Public Enemy to Coldplay, and their work is undeniably amazing. The Tarantino Mixtape is a blendy-mashed bizarre, comedic and gory ride down their collective minds.

Who can calculate the orbit of his own soul?”-Oscar Wilde.

The Tarantino Mixtape: Tarantino’s Bloody Film Career, Blendy-Mashed Condensed

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