Zombie Lake is a very strange film indeed and watching it prompts the same feeling of bizarre confusion at what you are witnessing as if you were looking at a real life lake of zombies in real life except much, much, much less scary and real.
When it comes to high concept ideas scriptwriter Paul Gerstenberger must have thought he had hit the jackpot when he came up with the concept of The ReZort. In one line its Jurassic Park meets Walking Dead and as awesome as that sounds the best thing about The ReZort is it is so much more.
We live in televisual golden age with well written, excellently acted, innovative and imaginative series being commissioned left, right and center and although you seem to need a subscription to seventy different services to see them all, these days there is nothing better than binge watching a box set.
Running from 31st of October to the 6th November Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival is packed full of terrifying short films, fear filled features all from new talent tearing up the horror scene giving you a glimpse of the future of the genre.
It’s probably best arriving into The Girl knowing nothing at all about what’s going on. Cut yourself off from all media, wear a blindfold, and forget the entire English language. Done it? Liar, you’re still reading this.