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Parts of the Family (2003)

Video  -  Comedy | Horror  -  10 January 2003 (USA)
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Beyond the front door of an old, decrepit house is buried a horrible and tragic past. One horryfing and gory night a family of four is brutally hacked to pieces. The only survivor is the ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cecilia Bergqvist ...
Elle Fitzroy
Bob Dougherty ...
Jason Goodis
Leo Franquet ...
Leo Esubam
Paul Houwen ...
Police Officer Nicks
Hugo Vanden Bremt ...
Police Officer Walls
Willy Leus ...
Police Officer Raines
Johanna Lesage ...
Laura Esubam
Leen Vandereycken ...
Lucy Esubam
Norman Baert ...
Stephen Esubam
John Idem ...
Sniper
Bert Strouwen ...
Squadleader
Jacques Verbist ...
Zombie Policeman (as Jaak Verbist)
Peter Clappaert ...
Driver / Weapons Instructor
Geert Hoornaert ...
Squadmember
Bruno Vandenbossche ...
Zombie
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Beyond the front door of an old, decrepit house is buried a horrible and tragic past. One horryfing and gory night a family of four is brutally hacked to pieces. The only survivor is the young and beautiful housekeeper, Ella. When she steps out of the house one day, she has no idea that she is about to be snatched by failed bank-robber Jason Goodis. Goodis, however, could not have imagined that the innocent hostage he is dragging back inside, has an unquenchable thirst for blood! Written by JW

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Comparing the two versions
5 November 2005 | by (NY) – See all my reviews

If you're like the me from a couple of days ago, you're wondering what the deal is with there being two different versions of this movie on the DVD. You're wondering what the difference is between the two versions, which is better, and if either are worth watching. And you're also wondering why no one else on IMDb has commented on this yet, and why not even Troma.com has much info on it. Well I can answer all of those for you!

The two versions on the DVD are the original version and the Tromatic version. The original version is awful. The bad reviews on this website so far all describe the original version, and they're all correct. There's almost nothing worthwhile in the original version. It's clichéd, slow-paced, nonsensical, and just generally an abomination of film-making. And this is coming from a fan of low budget horror films.

Now, the Tromatic version is a brilliant piece of work and is highly recommended. But what is it? It's *not* an entirely new film -- it's a re-cut version of the original with newly filmed scenes added in. And, I must stress this point heavily, all of these changes are made specifically to make fun of the original version. The Tromatic version is a *parody of the original*, and a damn good one at that.

After sitting through the original film, I was miserable. I was thinking, I need some way to vent my frustrations after sitting through an hour and a half of such junk. It turned out that the Tromatic version filled that role perfectly. It adeptly (and hilariously) points out all of the (many) flaws of the original film. And it even adds additional comedy not related to anything. The Tromatic reedit of this movie is truly a brilliant piece of work, salvaging what seemed at first to be a completely unredeemable film. Lloyd Kaufman is a genius.


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