The brief description which reads, two former baseball players trying to survive a zombie apocalypse, may be serviceable as a short synopsis for Jeremy Gardner’s debut feature The Battery, but it in no way conveys the inventive originality or measured directing assurance which imbues every frame of the film. Thankfully Jeremy is on hand to do that in our interview this week; discussing the oft overlooked dramatic tension to be found in having the audience wait, as well as the alcohol and energy properties of Buzzballz.
You should also read Rob’s interview with Jeremy, where they talk genre movies, budgets & zombie masturbation.
The Battery (2012)
The personalities of two former baseball players clash as they traverse the rural back roads of a post-plague New England teeming with the undead.
I wanna please the audience & then I want the audience to hate me at the same time.