All Souls Day
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Top Customer Reviews
The movie is set in a dusty Mexican town that hides a dark secret from its past. A young couple (played by Marisa Ramirez and Travis Wester) happen upon what seems like an abandoned town. They soon come across a funeral procession and when they inadvertently interrupt the ritual all hell literally breaks loose. It doesn't help the two couple that the only person who seems to be real in town is the sheriff but whose own past ties in with the secret of the town. It was very good to see genre veteran David Keith in the role of the town sheriff. His limited time in the movie was pretty good. When the town's people (who by now have shown themselves to be zombies) begin to lay siege on the young couple in the town's only hotel the rest of the movie gradually shows more of what made this particular Mexican town a death trap for any passerby who happen to come across it on All Souls Day. Soon enough help comes in the form of the young couple's two friends who arrive in town only to get themselves stuck in the same dire situation the original couple find themselves in.Read more ›
Their complete disregard for common sense ends badly for the family, but not before young polio-stricken son Ricky (Noah Luke) gets an earful of gibberish from an old hag-lady, and daughter Lily White (yes, that's really her name) shows off her lilly white...assets. Fast forward (AGAIN!) 53 years later. College couple Alicia (smokin' hot Marisa Ramirez) and her fast-talking spaz of a boyfriend Joss (Travis Wester), who's got to be on speed, are traveling to Alicia's parents' house. They're delayed after swerving through a crowd of people, overturning a coffin with a naked, tongueless girl inside, and running into a feeble-looking fence, which is enough to put Joss' piece of junk car out of commission right near the very no-named hotel we've seen previously.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
DVD cover and the condition of the packaging was lousy, but I thought the guy in the movie was interesting. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stacy
Not one redeeming quality at all to this movie. This has all been done and done so much better. Very predictable, I really hate predictability. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Russell S
There's much to commend this movie. If you are a fan of traditional horror or the more modern zombie sub-genre, then by all means dig in. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Daniel J. Wood
this is a great movie and a great part of my collection i enjoy greatlyPublished 19 months ago by rogdrick jordan
But I am also a fan of terrible movies. I probably wouldn't have watched this if the trailer hadn't been shown at a movie night I attended and if Jeffrey Combs wasn't in it. Read morePublished on March 21, 2013 by HollyAnn Becker
Let's just get this out of the way. I hate this movie. In light of all the other terrible, terrible movies I've watched I probably shouldn't hate this one as much as I do, but... Read morePublished on February 15, 2011 by DriveinMutant
Even BAD acting would have been an improvement to this 'film', in which you are lucky to see ANY acting.
Truly horrible, don't waste your time. Read more
This is a movie that tries to cover a bunch of bases in one fell swoop. I would actually give it 2.5 stars, but don't get excited... Read morePublished on October 8, 2007 by stinkybarbie