Dead and Breakfast (Unrated Edition)
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- Audio Commentary with writer/director Matthew Leutwyler and actors Ever Carradine, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Erik Palladino and Oz Perkins
- Deleted & Extended Scenes
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Top Customer Reviews
While on the way to a friend's wedding, six youngsters carpooling in an RV end up deciding to stop the night at a small town bed-and-breakfast. This bothered me right off the bat. They're in an RV, why stop and rent rooms? Nonetheless, they stop to sleep for the night in Lovelock. By morning, the two locals working the property are dead, and the six renters find themselves at the top of the suspect list and unable to leave to attend their friend's wedding. A mystery regarding the inn's owner and his son's untimely death gradually unravels. An evil spirit inhabiting a box within the inn has been unleashed and now resides in the body of Johnny (Oz Perkins), one of the band of six.
The body count mounts as Johnny converts more and more souls to his cause of death, destruction, and mayhem, leaving the remaining five friends and a few other of Lovelock's stragglers fighting for their lives. They batten down the hatches and pick off as many possessed as they can from the confines of the inn, a la "Night of the Living Dead," making weapons out of whatever they can get their hands on. In the meantime an all-knowing drifter (Brent David Fraser), the sheriff (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and Melody (Gina Philips) are seeking to get to the heart of the matter by visiting Lovelock's cemetery.Read more ›
This film wants to be cool. It was designed to (hopefully) be a cult classic. It wants you to revel in its self-aware kookiness. But that's just the problem. Taking its cues from so many better movies, this is a self-indulgent and unoriginal mess. The cast and filmmakers seem to be having a good time--you know this was a party set. It seems as if they feel that they are doing us a great service by letting us in on the joke. Well, I've heard the joke--so don't do me any favors.
I'm not saying that there aren't some amusing moments--how can you fail with redneck zombies? And musical numbers are always fun. And the TV-ready cast will be familiar to many, even if you can't always place from where.
The movie imagines that it's "Evil Dead 2," but it lacks real cleverness. It works slightly better as a comedy than anything else, but it's hard for me to imagine anyone being captivated by this. KGHarris, 10/06.
I forgot how bad the script is, how great the actors are. Some of them are amazing physically, some are great at playing the stereo types!
The songs are corny but so darn catchy that I will find myself humming "We're coming to kill ya".
Such a great "bad" movie!
Loads of laughs!
I would place the genre as dark comedy/horror (light on the horror).
There was lots of blood and gore, but it was just so darn funny while being a scary movie I couldn't turn away from the screen.
A real country zombie ho-down!
Not typical zombies... they could think and talk... and that was a laugh riot too, cause they also crazy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This one of the gems for those looking for a zombie flick.Published 17 months ago by Kathryn Stockton
This was a really fun movie. Silly and Stupid. I guess it was not really a zombie movie since the perps are possessed by the evil spirit of a newborn babe, as far as I can tell. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Nicholas J Malino
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