Watch: Bath Salt Zombies 2013 123movies, Full Movie Online – The bath salts epidemic facing the southern and mid-western US has been stifled by an unprecedented government crackdown. This has led to a tremendous amount of surplus stock hidden by black market dealers, and a migration of those dealers to the northeast. In New York City, potent strands have surfaced and have attracted the most devoted bath salt junkies. A young aspiring chemist has developed an even stronger batch… but something has gone horribly wrong. The new ultra potent bath salt batch has revealed a major side effect: It turns users into violent flesh seeking ZOMBIES!.
Plot: In a punk-rock homage to “Reefer Madness,” two plot threads intertwine: a hapless junkie falls victim to “Bath Salts” addiction, while a police detective attempts to uncover and stamp out a new strain of designer drug products.
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Awful Awful and real Awful!
How can I describe this with 10 lines of text? Well this movie should never ever been made! Who ever did the special effects should never be allowed to do them again! Who ever wrote this should be banned for life! Avoid this movie at all costs! The actors are just bad! No other words can describe it. The plot is just down right awful! Cheesie comes to mind on the special effects! I can not ever remember seeing worse effects in my life. Haunted houses are so much better than this movie. What is up with the cop? Where did they get these actors from? I have seen some grade school kids act better than these people! It is best if you just avoided this movie at all costs. You will never ever get your time back that you wasted on this movie!
Ambitious but still feels somewhat lackluster
**ONE OR TWO POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD**
This is the first Dustin Mills movie I’ve seen so far, I have heard many good things about his other films such as Puppet Monster Massacre and Easter Casket so I really hope Bath Salt Zombies is not up there with his more acclaimed output because, despite the fact that I somewhat enjoyed this movie, I still found it to be lacking in several places.
First things first, let’s start off with the good. The set pieces looked fantastic and the movie is extremely well-shot for such a low-budget. Some of the gore effects are decent if ultimately unsatisfying, but unfortunately most of them are below par (more on that later). There are two scenes of nudity for T&A fans, one of which shows pretty much everything, and both go on for quite a long time. The cartoon segments are cool, and the puppetry is well done (the best scene in the movie involves a dog mutated by chemicals).
Now for the bad. For one, the plot is bare bones, what you read in the IMDb summary is as deep as it goes. The sound is all over the place, whenever people are talking the volume could be quiet as a mouse one second and blaring the next. There really isn’t that much gore and, while a few effects look decent enough, a majority of what is there is really nothing to write home about and looks rather poor (any blood splatter from gunshot wounds is just red fog imposed on to the screen with CGI). The make-up for the titular Bath Salt Zombies is rather laughable. Then, just when it looks like things are going to pick up a bit, the film ends abruptly.
Despite these flaws, I did find the movie to be moderately entertaining in places. But unfortunately, the bad outweighs the good. I will still be checking out Dustin Mill’s other films eventually, I do like his style, so hopefully he is capable of impressing me.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 10 min (70 min) (original) (USA)
Rated Not Rated
Director Dustin Mills
Writer Dustin Mills, Clint Weiler
Actors Brandon Salkil, Erin R. Ryan, Ethan Holey
Country United States
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Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
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