HAMILTON'S PHARMACOPEIA: NZAMBI VICE, 67min (2010) editor
“It's been 30 years since the anthropologist Wade Davis wrote The Serpent and the Rainbow, his investigation of the Haitian zombie phenomenon. With his Herman Munster baritone and his spindly manorexic gams vacuum-sealed into a pair of black skinny jeans, writer and filmmaker Hamilton Morris is like some Edward Gorey character come to life. Morris travels to Port Au Prince on a mission to substantiate Davis' research for his generation.” – BoingBoing.Net
NSFW: contains depictions of drug use, spiritual tampering, poisoning and occasional extremely dry humor.