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3 items from 2010

A Trailer and Artwork For an Exquisite Corpse

10 February 2010 3:41 PM, PST | | See recent Dread Central news »

Scott David Russell's latest film, Exquisite Corpse, starring Steve Sandvoss, Nicole Vicius, Guillermo Diaz, Tessa Thompson, and Larry Cedar, will be playing later this month at the Efm, and we've got a look at the trailer and some early artwork for you.


"Nicholas is one of the most brilliant young neuroscientists at his medical school and is on the verge of a breakthrough. He just discovered a serum that can bring a dead laboratory rat back to life. He should be reveling in this new discovery but has other things on his mind.

He is in love with his long-time crush, Sophia, and has invited her on a weekend trip to a mountain cabin, the perfect setting to express his deep feelings for her. He finally gets up the nerve to tell her how he feels about her, and to his surprise she tells him that she feels the same way. »

- Uncle Creepy

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This Relationship Was Dead from the Start

10 February 2010 | | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Shipping off to Berlin this month looking for potential buyers is Exquisite Corpse from writer-director Scott David Russell and we've got the trailer for your peepers below. Buried Alive 's Steve Sandvoss plays a young neuroscientist who's lady friend bites the big one. Like Re-Animator 's Dan Cain before him, he uses a serum he created to bring her back to life. Unfortunately, the results are only temporary and he finds that he has to kill others to keep her alive. Zoinks. What's with all of these films about living dead girlfriends? Nicole Vicius plays opposite Sandvoss. As this film is fresh off of post-production, it's still too early to tell who's snagging it for distribution, but we'll keep you post. »

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An Exquisite Corpse is not Usually the First Pick for a Date

7 February 2010 2:14 PM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

What would you do if your girlfriend died and you had the power to bring her back? Would you do it? These are the questions posed by the film Exquisite Corpse, which is currently at the European Film Market. Being shopped by Vision Films, Exquisite Corpse envisions a world where the dead can be brought back to life, temporarily. In order for Nicholas (Steve Sandvoss) to resurrect Sophia (Nicole Vicius), a whole slew of innocents must die. Have a read of the synopsis for Exquisite Corpse below, until North American distribution is found.

The synopsis for the Exquisite Corpse here:

"When a brilliant young medical student’s girlfriend dies, he uses his knack for neuroscience to bring her back to life. But for her to live, someone else must die, and the results prove to be temporary. How far would you go for one more day" (Vision)?

Release Date: February 12 (Berlin - Special Screening, »

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