While Brian's off having fun at SXSW (lucky bastard...) some us are still stuck here at Horror Squad bringing you all the cool news and features you've come to expect. One of those aforementioned features is Brian's Season's Bleeding columns, wherein he covers a horror film for each major holiday (can't wait to see what he has lined up for Arbor Day! My guess is Treevenge). However, since he's not here, I'll be talking about an Irish horror flick to round out your St. Patty's Day experience.

Naturally, the obvious choice would be Leprechaun. It's got a Leprechaun in it and that's about as Irish as you can get. However, I suspect you'll be seeing hundreds of Leprechaun reviews today-so I decided to go in a different direction.

Ultimately, it came down to two choices: Evil Breed: The Legend of Samhain or Dead Meat. Evil Breed would have probably won out if Lionsgate hadn't butchered it on DVD (seriously-see the workprint or don't even bother), but since they did I went with Dead Meat-a zombie film set on the Emerald Isle, directed by an Irishman.

Jump past the break to read about Ireland's most famous zombie flick.
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