12 December 2012 | toxieever
Atom the Amazing Zombie Killer revolves around Atom, a horror loving, hopeless romantic bowling champion and his friends. During a bowling match against their mortal enemies, The Slashers, they inadvertently get banned from the bowling ally, therefore ruining their chances of going to the Bowling Championship in Hawaii. To make matters worse, Atom's psychotic nympho girlfriend ends the relationship, despite his enduring attempt to win her back(in one hell of a gross out scene). After taking a bump on the noggin, things go completely wrong. I won't go into any more detail involving the plot as I don't want to spoil it, you will have to watch it for yourself.
This amazing film has it all, tons of incredible death scenes filled with gore, awesome one liners, crude toilet humor, and BOOBS. The filmmakers are big fans of Troma Entertainment(Troma president Lloyd Kaufman even has a cameo!) and that is evident throughout the film. Directors Richard Taylor and Zack Beins absolutely nailed it.
The entire film is well acted, even better than many direct to video releases I have seen. Despite being a microbudget film, the quality of the screen image was stellar. While many low budget movies have a poor picture, this is not the case with Atom. Colors were crisp and clean and there was virtually no blur at all. Perhaps the best quality of this film is the originality of the story. This could be one of the top 5 most original zombie movies I have ever seen. Hollywood could really take some lessons on creativity from Bizjack Flemco Productions.
While I tried to find some things that could use improvement, I simply don't think it needed any change. This is just about perfect the way it is.