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Stop It, You're Killing Me (2000)

| Comedy, Horror, Thriller
Susan, a gold-digging con artist, marries the 108-year-old Edwin on the safe assumption that he'll soon die and she'll be able to grab his fortune. Four years later, however, Edwin is still... See full summary »

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Michael Todd ...
Edwin Vanlerberg / William the Gay Zombie / The Bartender
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Anna 'the Witch' Wortitski
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Eric Jameson
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Fawna (as Debbie "Dare" Dutch)
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Susan, a gold-digging con artist, marries the 108-year-old Edwin on the safe assumption that he'll soon die and she'll be able to grab his fortune. Four years later, however, Edwin is still alive and frisky, and she's beginning to run out of patience. What she doesn't know is that a witch is keeping Edwin alive until he turns 150 in order to complete one of her own magic spells. Will Susan (along with her lover, Eric) be able to work out a deal, or will they be stuck waiting on Edwin for the next forty years? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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A Witch, A Bitch, 2 Creeps and a Lover.


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Good flick in this day of overpriced and produced snores
23 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you're into horror, you'll like this movie. If you're into comedy, you'll like this movie. If you're into horror/comedy, you'll love this movie. Great script and directing, clever costumes and makeup, and good locations. Talent isn't half bad, either. The story works on a higher plane than most of the big budgets being released. This movie is a testament to independents. It is amazing what can be done on a smaller budget. The bitch is played as though it comes naturally. That's either real talent, or good type casting. The zombie does a great job, and his makeup and costume add to the believability of his delivery. Enjoyable story, too. The crew did a nice job of editing this together, too. I have a feeling they had fun with this one. The old man actually looks and acts like he is over 100. If there's a downside, the lighting could have been a bit better of a couple of shots, but that is minor to the overall presentation. Nice job, Haxan, Yakkel, Kayl, and others. Hope to see more from you. If this is any indication of Yakkel's writing ability, he'll continue to do well. This story has some good lines and quirks.


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