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  • Actors: Marisa Ramirez, Travis Wester, Nichole Hiltz, Laz Alonso, Laura Harring
  • Directors: Jeremy Kasten
  • Writers: Mark A. Altman
  • Producers: Chuck Speed, Danny Wayne, Dennis Sugasawara, John W. Hyde, Mark A. Altman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: January 17, 2006
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BNX4AE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #228,483 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "All Souls Day" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Featurette: Raising The Undead: The Making of "All Souls Day"
  • Featurette: Faces of Death: The Make-up Effects of "All Souls Day"
  • Featurette: Jailhouse Rock: The Stunts of "All Souls Day
  • Audio Commentary with Director Jeremy Kasten and Producer Mark Altman
  • Deleted Scene
  • Extended Scene
  • Trailer
  • Storyboard Gallery
  • Screenplay

Editorial Reviews

In 1892, Vargas Diaz, a murderous greedy villain, looted an Aztec tomb belonging to the goddess of death located in the town of Santa Bonita, Mexico. The many that died at Diaz’s hands cannot rest and continually demand human sacrifices. Today the town of Santa Bonita is a ghost town, and those who stumble upon the village never leave. A young couple, Joss and Alicia, are unfortunate enough to get stranded there and discover the town’s secret history. The only way to save themselves and let the dead rest lies with Diaz himself, but there’s no earthly way he could still be living today…

Customer Reviews

The actors were not very good and the characters they played were not too bright.
Music Lover in Omaha
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 there's just no other way to put it.
DriveinMutant
First, I would like to say that I'm a huge fan of the zombie horror genre, even a lot of the B-movie ones.
Thomas Yan Ong

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 1, 2006
Format: DVD
Even though it has a nearly incomprehensible story and the acting is cookie cutter, All Souls Day is still a somewhat enjoyable B-grade zombie romp; as long as you're a fan of the genre. The story revolves around a teen couple (Marisa Ramirez and Eurotrip's Travis Wester) whose trip south of the border during the Day of the Dead takes a bloody turn when the flesh eating undead rise. There's much more to the story than that, but you'll be hard pressed to make sense of it all, so you may as well enjoy the campiness of All Souls Day as long as you don't expect much from it. The gore effects are about what you would expect from a low budget zombie romp, but they're not all bad, and there's some familiar faces abound as well in the cast, which also features Mulholland Drive's Laura Harring, David Keith, and genre stalwart Danny Trejo. All in all, All Souls Day is worth a look for zombie fans, and it's much, much better than the recently released Day of the Dead 2: Contagium (which by all means, should be avoided by everyone).
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Sandoc on March 6, 2008
Format: DVD
All Souls Day: Dia de los Muertos is part of the wave of zombie movies flooding the direct-to-dvd (some even going as far as direct-to-cable). This particular zombie movie was written by mark A. Altman who also wrote the campy and very B-movie-like House of the Dead 2. A zombie flick which actually improved on Uwe Boll's own house of the Dead which is not really saying much. All Souls Day is Altman's second try at another zombie movie and while this second attempt wasn't as fun as his previous one it still manages to be a watchable and interesting zombie movie.

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.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover in Omaha on June 2, 2007
Format: DVD
I like Jeffrey combs. He was a great Herbert West in the reanimator films and when he gets creepy, he makes a film fun. I also love Ellie Cornell and have from the first time I saw her in Halloween 4. I saw Jeffrey and Ellie together and thought that this was a can't miss movie. The movie started out okay then Jeff and Ellie got killed in the first 5 minutes and a totally unsympathetic cast ensemble took over. The film did actually have a plot however, and there was a real reason why zombies were running around the town so as far as that goes, it had a step up on most zombie movies, but I just could not get into it. The actors were not very good and the characters they played were not too bright. Oh well, it was diverting for a while so it is not a total waste of time. Rent it though, don't buy it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 12, 2006
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This is a pretty good zombie movie that breaks some of the normal zombie movie traditions. The actors are very convincing and the direction and story are very good. This is not a great film, but because it does break some conventions and I really liked the story, I feel this movie is worth checking out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dead Kev on June 7, 2008
Format: DVD
It's 1892 in the remote Mexican village Santa Bonita. So remote, in fact, that English is commonly spoken there. An Aztec temple has been unearthed and town bad guy Vargas Diaz, played by why-am-I-always-a-bad-guy Danny Trejo, executes his sinister plan to take all the treasures for himself. Fast forward to October 1952. While vacationing, the White family stumbles upon the village and decides to spend the night in a no-named hotel there. The father (Jeffrey Combs) takes charge and checks the family in himself, despite the fact that there seems to be nobody running the place...despite the last person to sign the register being 5 years ago...and despite momma White (Ellie Cornell) overseeing a woman cleaning up what looks to be blood on the floor. Stop right there. Hold up. I'm sorry, I draw the line on pools of blood on the floor. Even stains of blood are a big no-no. Just walk out, people! I'm sure there's a La Quinta Inn somewhere down the road.

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.
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