Ahhh, zombies. I love em, and I know you probably do, too. Back in the early 70s, before everything that could have been done WAS done, low budget movies were mixing it up left and right. I envision it as a time of wild creativity in horror films, but it's probably closer to the truth to say that people were doing it in the name of exploitation, jumbling ideas around in an attempt to find a marketable, cheaply made product. Still, it's always a pleasure to watch a movie that you think is gonna really suck, and then suddenly you find that it's gotten under your skin somehow. Such is the case with "Shock Waves", a nifty little drive-in movie about a small group of tourists on a pleasure cruise who find themselves marooned on an island and stalked by a horde of zombies--in particular, undead gogglefaced Nazi soldiers intent on their swift execution.
|Peter Freakin' Cushing!!!|
|Nazi Zombie, or Backup Dancer for Lady Goggle?|