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Andra St. Ivanyi
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James L. Conway
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Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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But why mirrors?
The reason for the mirrors is simple, the dead can't stand to look at themselves. Same goes for when a living person comes up against one of 'em. When the living person shows fear, it all comes home again, that they're different. All they wanna do is kill the only thing they can never be: the living.
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A lot of people dont seem to like this film , but i would have to say it was great. It's about this t.v. that is some sort of portal for zombies. The t.v. turns on by itself and the zombies come out of it and terrorize humans. This had 80's written all over it and for me thats a damn good thing. I love movies like this. I think people dont like these films because they think that the makers meant it to be 100% serious, which they don't. You have got to get the humor in the movies, to truly love them. This movie had a total Blood Hook/Dead Dudes In The House feel to it. so if you like the films Blood Hook or Dead Dudes In The House you have to see this one. There is some really great gore in this movie like, zombies and humans getting cut up with chainsaws and zombie decapitations and much more. I give this movie an 8 out of 10. So once again if youre a fan of 80's horror/dark comedys like sleep away camp, Blood Hook, Dead Dudes In The House, or Day Of The Dead check this sucker out.
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