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On his last night before being beheaded, a graverobber recounts his supernatural encounters with evil ghosts, vengeful zombies, vampires and ghouls. This indie horror film is an IFC release.
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
- Reviews Counted: 43
- Fresh: 32
- Rotten: 11
- Average Rating: 5.9/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: A fine pair of grave robbers, (director) Mr. McQuaid and (producer) Mr. Fessenden plunder freely from the movie crypt, unearthing other chomping, glowing mysteries and monstrosities.
Fresh: Droll perfs, diverting f/x and handsome B-pic atmospherics ensure a good time for horror fans with a memory past last weekend's slasher remake.
Rotten: The worst fault visually, probably intended as a charm against the spell of low-budget-itis, is relentless darkness. Pervasive shadows in most shots do not evoke atmosphere, but eye strain.
Fresh: Glenn McQuaid's microbudgeted debut is a jauntily gothic period spook story.
Phenomenal and quirky selection
This has turned into a personal favorite of mine. It combines Horror and Comedy set into a 19th century Gothic backdrop. Ron Perlman gives yet another excellent performance. The surprising talent that popped out of this movie was Dominic Monoghan. I didn't care for him in the Lord of the Ring trilogy, so it was to my very pleasant surprise that he delivered such a great perfprmance. I've watched this movie just about 20 or more times (yes I liked it that much). Its fun, has a well written story and there's a scene towards the end of the movie on an island that had me laughing so hard I was crying.