Posted on: February 28, 2013 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0


Bath Salt Zombies is a classic zombie film that will perform admirably in party or film buff circles. The cast unites to make a tale that is classic and contemporary (the bath salt epidemic) fashions. The film is given additional replay value through the inclusion of an amazing soundtrack, featuring cuts from Antiseen, The Meatmen, The Murder Junkies, and The Dwarves.

After a government ban on bath salts block many users from their supply, it becomes the duty of cookers and chemists to find a solution. With an amazing discovery, it seems like dealers and users can feel free of the government’s chokehold. What no one would expect is that the specific formulation of bath salts end up turning those turned on into zombies. The need to stay high ensures that getting these individuals off of the stuff will be the hardest thing one will ever do in life.

The film blends humor and drama perfectly, with the backdrop of New York City and the choice of utilizing bath salts as the reason for the zombie epidemic making this much more realistic than other films in the genre. Bath Salt Zombies can be purchased at well-stocked online retailers and physical stores alike. If you are a fan of zombie movies (or films focusing on drug use) in the slightest, Bath Salt Zombies will represent a solid addition to your library.  Keep an eye out for the director, Dustin Wayde Mills (2011’s Puppet Monster Massacre) and the titles that ey will release in the years and decades to come.

Rating: 7.8/10

Bath Salt Zombies DVD Review / 2013 MVD / 90 Minutes /

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