It Stains the Sand Red is a different kind of zombie film. While it still had it’s creepy moments, it’s definitely broken a few rules and is a stripped down version of a zombie film. Check it out and let me know what you think!
This is it. What humanity feared the most is already happening, as a virulent pandemic sweeps the globe from end to end like a pitiless scourge, leaving behind legions of freshly-animated decomposing zombies. Under those circumstances, in the carcass of a levelled Las Vegas, a totally unprepared exotic dancer, Molly, crosses the rugged terrain of the unforgiving desert, driven solely by the will to survive, and a motive even greater than her own life. However, she’s not alone. Like a powerful flesh-magnet, Molly attracts a ferocious undead male who is craving for a bite of those fragrant and bright-red offals of hers–and wherever Molly goes, the walking dead predator follows. In the end, do zombies ever get tired?
My Rating: B
Interesting Facts: Filming took place at Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada; the airport scenes are filmed at Wendover Airfield Utah (this was a US Army Airfield during World War 2. The B-29 “Enola Gay” that was used to drop the first nuclear bomb on Hiroshima Japan was based here prior to deployment to the Pacific Theater); and the burnt out vehicle with burnt driver, has no engine, and other items not in place in the engine bay.