This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Rob Zombie's death throes. You know things are bad when you're returning to the well, and draw up something this cheap. If you're hoping for Sid Haig's swan song, the poor guy was barely well enough to shoot anything. He's barely in it. Richard Brake comes in to fill in the third Firefly family slot as a long lost cousin. Boring, sadistic, and pointless. Zombie needs to get over his Manson obsession, he's got nothing new in the tank.
I'm pretty certain the target demographic for this movie is the zebra kid from "Heavy Metal Parking Lot". "Zombie Nightmare" feels like a cheap excuse to put out a metal compilation in the form of a soundtrack. Adam West phones it in and acts with his cigar against future big Hollywood director and acting non-entity Shawn Levy. Fans of Jon Mikl Thor will should just watch "Rock n' Roll Nightmare" again instead.
A cringe-inducing, blown opportunity to dramatically explore one of the many ignored crimes of the Soviet Union.
My full review: www.midnightmoviecowboys.com/e/hlatm-1-bitter-harvest/