In the original Spanish


Happy Easter!

(Warning: excessive gore and badly done special effects.)

By the way, the makers have been trying to raise money for a feature film in this style, but it looks like their attempts have failed.

Comments

  1. congaboy says

    Holy crap! You totally got me! I thought it was just going to be another passion-gore-fetish piece, but that was totally awesome! I didn’t see the zombie Lazarus coming at all! Well done PZ.

  2. Daryl Carpenter says

    I’ve always thought this was pretty damn good. The special effects aren’t that bad IMO. Inexpensive , yes, but rather well done.

  3. says

    I didn’t see the zombie Lazarus coming at all!

    And now anyone else who would have been equally surprised, won’t be. Way to spoiler.

  4. congaboy says

    Marcus@ 6.

    I totally screwed up! I didn’t mean to spoil it! Crap! I’m a total ass.

  5. mareap says

    My only quibble is the color of the blood. It may be my monitor but it looked rather orange – like they used a shitload of Siracha. Waste of good hot sauce IMHO.

  6. robro says

    I half expected the man running through the desert to say “It’s…” when he came up to Jesus, followed by the familiar music and animation, and that’s before I got to the zombies.

  7. chigau (違う) says

    randay
    Would it be possible for you to learn how to post a link to yutub and not embed the video?

  8. Chosen name says

    @6, Marcus

    Um, it seems perfectly reasonable that people would discuss movie/clip/linktowhatever in the comments section of a post. It seems entirely likely that if one doesn’t want spoilers they would probably avoid reading the ensuing comments until after they’ve viewed the piece. Geez.

  9. PatrickG says

    @ chigau, #19:

    ‘Twould be better would be to encourage the hosting site to not auto-embed links. Under the current system, it’s harder to NOT embed than it is to embed, therefore…

    Might be missing some history on randay’s part, but still, requiring people to surround a URL with html is a recipe for embedded video. :)