Zombie Movies

Movie Review: Atom the Amazing Zombie Killer

You'd have to be insane to want to be an independent filmmaker.  Richard Taylor and Zack Beins, two childhood friends stationed in Denver, Colorado, may just fill this prerequisite.  The duo's first feature film, Atom the Amazing Zombie Killer, has screened at horror conventions and small theaters all across the state and beyond, earning laughter and dry heaves from its audiences in equal amounts.  Clearly influenced by Troma classics such as The Toxic Avenger, Taylor and Beins's ultra-low budget gorefest was a labor of love, taking nearly four years to complete due to the sort of inevitable hurdles that all truly independent filmmakers experience as they attempt to master their craft.  Boasting that their flick is the first zombie movie to feature no actual zombies, the head honchos behind this Bizjack Flemco Production have created a stomach-churning journey that pays homage to its predecessors while simultaneously maintaining an awesomely original concept...