“The writing is witty and daring — this is the movie every zombie geek aspires to make…” — EyeCraveDVD.com
Wandering the zombie wasteland, Matool lives by his wits and animal instinct… but when he’s kidnapped by a mysterious couple, he must rely on an entirely different weapon to survive...
Read the original shooting script for THE STINK OF FLESH and see how a low-budget film translates from page to screen in the cult movie Lawrence Raffel of MonstersAtPlay.com called “A fantastic entry in the zombie sub-genre. Great characters, talented filmmaking, an inventive storyline... Definitely recommended and in my humble opinion, a far better film than 28 DAYS LATER."
Written by Scott S. Phillips, screenwriter of the Martial Arts classic DRIVE (1997) and several episodes of the CW Network TV series KAMEN RIDER DRAGON KNIGHT, as well as the novels SQUIRREL EYES, FRIDAY THE 13th: CHURCH OF THE DIVINE PSYCHOPATH, and the short story collection TALES OF MISERY AND IMAGINATION.
Scott S. Phillips (who is not the guy who wrote THE ICE HARVEST, nor is he the drummer for Creed) has written in almost every capacity imaginable: films, TV, comic books and even dialogue for talking dolls. He's also the author of the novels SQUIRREL EYES and FRIDAY THE 13TH: CHURCH OF THE DIVINE PSYCHOPATH, and the short story collection TALES OF MISERY AND IMAGINATION. His film reviews have been collected in the aptly titled UNSAFE ON ANY SCREEN. With Robert E. Vardeman, Scott is co-editor of the anthology A CAREER GUIDE TO YOUR JOB IN HELL, and he has a story in that collection.
Scott wrote the screenplay for the cult action flick DRIVE (recently named "The Best American Martial Arts Movie Ever Made" by Kung Fu Cinema), and wrote 12 episodes of the CW Network's KAMEN RIDER DRAGON KNIGHT. Perhaps most importantly, he once performed as stand-in for the legendary Lemmy in a Motorhead video.