Here's a Australian horror film that's fun to watch. Body Melt is from 1993 and Philip Brophy is the director. Philip wrote the story and co-wrote the screenplay with Rod Bishop. Philip movie gets compared to the early films of New Zealand director Peter Jackson. It's a good comparison, this is a movie that slants to the weird, violent and gooey. A local spa has opened and is handing out samples of their drink products. Problem is the drink has several bad side effects. The title of the film might give you a clue. The police are puzzled that there are all these weird deaths and murders. It takes a while to figure out what's going on, the whole town got mailed some drink samples. It might not be a heavily funded movie but it looks all right and the gore effects are OK. The script is nothing special, it mostly gets the characters moving. There are a few good jokes and generally there's a good sense of humor about what's going on. I enjoyed it, I'd watch it again, but I don't feel the need to go buy a DVD. You can see it on YouTube in the link above.