Wait, don’t think that Nazi Zombies can only attack on snow covered Norwegian mountain tops. These are wily and well traveled creatures that have been making the lives of human beings a little more terrifying since 1980.
Zombie Lake is a very bad, very entertaining film directed by Jean Rollin. In it, a pack of lime green Zombies do their best to terrify a lakeside village. How did they get there you might ask. Well, as the story goes, they were killed by a group of resistance fighters in World War II. They were then thrown into a lake that had, at some point before, been involved in some kind of magical ritual.
It doesn’t really matter, does it? All you need to know is that Zombies come out of the lake and start eating people for no particular reason because that is what Zombies do.
If that isn’t enough, Zombie Lake is a love story. I won’t get into details here, but I can tell you it involves a Zombie.
I hate to scare you but during the Zombie Apocalypse a lake is not the best place to be. Zombies don’t breath! One second you might be splashing about in nothing but your civvies, thinking about your next volleyball tournament and the next you might be dragged to the bottom by reanimated members of the Third Reich.