This is more like a true Sy-Fy channel style B-movie. Actually this would be near the top of Sy-Fy originals... I wanted to like it, and I did to an extent. I like Dominic Monaghan and Ron Perlman. It's just a little too, eh, amateurish. In regards to everything really. The cinematography, the writing, the acting, even the idea. If you like Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Xena or Hercules type stuff, this might be up your alley.
*** out of **** I didn't like "I Sell the Dead" when I first saw it. I didn't like how it felt and I didn't find it all that funny. But that was then (early 2010) and this is now (mid-2011). I've changed and become more accepting and tolerable. So I was willing to give this indie effort another chance at impressing me; now that I'm more acquainted with this genre and all. I still don't think that the film is made for everyone, but for those it is made for; it's somewhat of … more
I have to admit that lately I've been plagued by feelings of jealousy because I should have been the one who turned everybody on to flix like YO, etc. I mean it's right there in my screen name fer christsake--QUEENBFLIX--HELLO!! I've spent countless hours wading through crap most people wouldn't watch without protective eye-gear in the hopes of unearthing an obscure gem, and yet others stumble over flix that by all rights should be mine--do you hear me? MINE!!! (sound … more
Never trust a corpse, advises Dominic Monaghan. Words to live and die by. As Arthur Lake sits in jail, awaiting execution, he's visited by Father Duffy who asks him to recount his life as a body snatcher. Lake obliges the priest and tells the story of how, when he was just a boy, he entered into the employ of Willie Grimes who dug up corpses for Dr. Quint. Their trade brought them to all manner of unfriendly and lonely places, and one night while unearthing a body at a crossroads, … more