L.A. Zombie, the latest offering from Canadian provocateur Bruce LaBruce.
Zombies don’t often come as fully-ripped as porn star François Sagat – except in Bruce LaBruce’s L.A. Zombie. Our anti-hero is convinced he’s an alien zombie sent to earth, where he roams the streets of Los Angeles in search of dead bodies and gay sex – an activity that reveals his ‘special gift’ of shagging the deceased back to life.
Conceived as a more hardcore companion piece to Otto, and featuring minimal dialogue but maximum soundtrack, L.A. Zombie raises the stakes with LaBruce’s infamous ‘schlock’ tactics – promising plenty of wound-shagging and more penises than you can shake a stick at.
"Contains scenes that will offend."
Banned from screening at the Melbourne International Film Festival. It is the first film to be banned from the festival circuit since Larry Clark's Ken Park in 2003.