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Dead/Undead (2002)

Legend tells of a creature unlike any known to man. Some say it's the devil's most prized invention. A creature which takes on the characteristics of those who have slain it, as well as ... See full summary »

Directors:

Mark T. Elliott (as Mark Thomas Elliott), Richard Ferrando | 1 more credit »

Writer:

Fox Valade
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Brian Altman Brian Altman ... Ricky Norse
Sebastian Galasso ... Elijah 'Eli' Rider (as Thomas Galasso)
Mary C. Casey Mary C. Casey ... Vampire Victim (as Mary Casey)
Danny Ray Cook ... The Cowboy
Dave Cunningham Dave Cunningham ... Sam Shaw
Greg Dow Greg Dow ... Carlton Corrington
Jamin Fite Jamin Fite ... The Vampire
Brooke Hayes Brooke Hayes ... Debra Avery
Jana Kramer ... Alice St. James
Alexis Nemeth Alexis Nemeth ... Vampire Victim
J.L. Rostam-Abadi J.L. Rostam-Abadi ... The Knight
Jonny Rostamabadi Jonny Rostamabadi ... The Peasant Boy (as Jonathan Rostam-Abadi)
Heidi Smith Heidi Smith ... The Vampiress (as Heidi E. Smith)
Pete LaDuke Pete LaDuke ... Benny (as Brock Tarzana)
Fox Valade Fox Valade ... Maxwell M. Dobbs
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Legend tells of a creature unlike any known to man. Some say it's the devil's most prized invention. A creature which takes on the characteristics of those who have slain it, as well as those which it has slain. A creature that can be destroyed again and again only to come back stronger every time. A creature named The Sorcalak. Unfortunately, seven stereotypical horror film characters on a religious retreat are headed straight for it. Written by Yev

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Four Teenagers, One Beast of Hellfire, Place Your Bets

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Comedy | Horror

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Jana Kramer's debut. See more »

Alternate Versions

The 91-minute DVD version has several changes from the original 78-minute release, including:
  • approx. 1 minute cut out of the opening RV scene
  • many small cuts and additions (less than 10 seconds each) made throughout the film
  • a new "Two Years Later" epilogue, shot in April 2004
  • outtakes added to the closing credits sequence
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References The Fog (1980) See more »

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Not "Evil Dead," but...
2 March 2005 | by lucy_goldo_winchaSee all my reviews

This review of German release- not yet available in UK...

From their website, and from the text on the rear of the disc case (if you can read German), you'd think they're promoting it as the next "Evil Dead," which is rather misinformed. This movie is NOT "Evil Dead" - not even close, but it's an otherwise fun little no-budget romp. The blue tinting got to be bothersome after a time, but I noticed that other colours would resurface during the splatter scenes, which helped. The acting and story are not the best, but I think that is the point- especially considering the budget - I had not problem with it. The sound is rather front-heavy, but has plenty of silly sound-effects in some scenes. And I think that's what helps - it's a silly little horror film with clichés and ridiculous situations, but that's the fun of no-budget splatter. Anyone who takes this too seriously is missing the point.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 March 2005 (Austria) See more »

Also Known As:

Curse of 1000 Tomorrows See more »

Filming Locations:

Madison Heights, Michigan, USA See more »

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Budget:

$1,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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