Things go badly for a hack director and film crew shooting a low budget zombie movie in an abandoned WWII Japanese facility, when they are attacked by real zombies.
The night movie niche was originally intended for B-movie fetishists with an insatiable appetite for kitschy characters in occult or other extraordinary situations. Unfortunately, over the last few years, the films seem to have been permanently buried in budget DVD bins or digital thieves. We will bring the cult back to the depths of the night. Where it belongs, AFTER MIDNIGHT!
“Kamera o tomeru na!” is a Japanese horror film by director Shinichirô Ueda about a low-budget film crew that decides to make a low-budget zombie movie in an abandoned plant. They have to make this film in one cut, live on television. The film takes an unexpected turn as the zombies they work with don’t seem to be actors…
“Ueda… manages to reinvigorate two of the most tired tropes cluttering our media landscape: art as meta commentary on art, and explosive diarrhea.”
– New York Times
“One Cut of the Dead isn’t just charming. It’s an earnest and funny love letter to all the microbudget dreamers who use all their heart and ingenuity to make their movie.”
– Austin Chronicle