26th Apr 04 Itís not all bad of course. This is Tarantino, after all, and there are plenty of highlights. Action scenes are handled very well, (the fight between Black Mamba and Darryl Hannah in particular, is a poke in the eye to any who doubt that),
Welcome to Eatmybrains, a new Horror / Cult / Indie
film site for all you brain-and-entrails-starved horror
Eatmybrains began on-set of British zombie
film Shaun of the Dead in the Summer of 2003.
A hundred zombie extras descended on New Cross, London,
to help film an exterior shot for the film. Strangely
for the UK, the sun shone brightly that day, so instead of filming us 'free'
zombies began chatting about the horror
films, banned movies, books we owned, director's we
liked, the usual splat-yak, and from there the idea of
Zombie Club was born.
Initially built to spread the word of Zombie Club to
the masses, the site grew and grew in scope, and finally,
after much debating about names (deadwalking.com
was also a favourite) and scratching heads of design
and php coding, www.eatmybrains.com recieved a soft-launch
in early April 2004.
Over the last few years we've done our best to provide you with
as much cult and horror film news and reviews and possible, fitting writing in
as often as we can around day jobs, girlfriends, wives, kids, and other commitments.
Our aim is to continue to the best of our ability, in our pursuit of making eatmybrains.com
a comprehensive guide to online horror films, and are currently seeking like-minded
people to help us in this project.
If you like what you see so far, or if you have a review
you would like to send in for us to publish, or even
some juicy gossip or some feature ideas, please let
us know through the contact us link.