New The Stink of Flesh Trailer!


My favorite indie movie maker Scott Phillips sent me some great news this morning. A brand new trailer for his movie The Stink of Flesh is out and he wanted to share it with his fans here at MoviesOnline. Me being fan #1 of course. The Stink of Flesh is my #1 indie zombie movie I have seen. It is the best movie to hit the zombie market in awhile, and holds its own with the blockbuster movies that have come out in recent years.

With that you can watch the two trailers we now have for this movie at The Stink of Flesh Movie section. To watch the newest trailer, here is a direct link, New Stink of Flesh Trailer. You can of course watch all the trailers and see some kick ass photos in the movie section.

Also Scott has let us know that Canadian Chris Alexander is doing the score for The Stink of Flesh. My feeling on this movie is a studio will pick up this movie, and you will soon see it in local video stores everywhere. I have said this since day 1, lets see if I am accurate or if I will end up eating my hat.

The Stink of Flesh Movie, click for News & Synopsis

When it comes to Zombie Movies I am a hardass. I like my zombies Romero style, but Scott's work really did stand out to me. He has a new spin, and his own take on the zombie world. Sure the movie has flaws, but its no small thing for this movie to be #1 on my indie zombie list. So those of you who won the 2 copies in our latest contest, can thank MoviesOnline for hours of viewing pleasure as you watch this movie over and over.

Wandering the zombie wasteland, Matool (Kurly Tlapoyawa) survives by his wits and animal instinct, often employing his trusty hammer and gigantic nails to fend off the hordes of undead. 

The Stink of Flesh Movie, click for News & Synopsis


But when he is kidnapped by a mysterious couple, Matool must rely on an entirely different weapon in his arsenal to survive.

Written and directed by Scott Phillips (screenwriter of the cult classic 'Drive'), 'The Stink Of Flesh' is a no-holds-barred splatterfest featuring non-stop action, buckets of gore and awesome digital effects by Emmy award winning artist Steve Fong

 

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