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Corpses Are Forever (2004)

The Gates of Hell have blown open and it is up to an amnesiac spy and a rag-tag bunch of soldiers to find out how to close it.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
General Morton
Jose Prendes ...
Malcolm Grant / Quint Barrow
Dr. Emily Thesiger
Bill Perlach ...
Father James 'Preacher' Mason
Elli Kroger
Jack Stark (as Lance Fladoda)
Conrad Brooks ...
Mr. Fairbrass
Gina Matthews
Nurse Tittwana
Kwame Riley ...
Lt. Anderson
Jessica Lewis ...
Pvt. Crisp / Zombie
Pvt. Lee
Luis-David Madera ...
Pvt. Raymond / Zombie (as Luis Madera)
Erik Herbster ...
Pvt. Rip


Malcolm Grant, a government secret agent wakes up with amnesia in a post-apocalyptic world in permanent darkness and overrun by the living dead. Malcolm teams up with an army contingent led by General Morton to find answers hidden in his consious to find a solution to stop the zombies and find the source. Written by Anonymous

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence




Release Date:

27 July 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Les portes de l'enfer  »

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In the scene where General Morton is briefed concerning the extent of the zombie infestation, his back is to a large glass window. Outside, regular street traffic can be seen (no zombies or other signs of mayhem). See more »


[Stark checks his watch after coming back from the dead]
Jack Stark: Jeez, my watch stopped. So did my heart, for that matter.
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Crazy Credits

The film is dedicated to actress Linnea Quigley's dog DOC, who passed away due to cancer during the post production of the film. He was the director's favorite of Linnea Quigley's five dogs. See more »


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this movie takes forever
24 December 2004 | by (brooklyn, ny) – See all my reviews

I'm always one to give a zombie movie a chance. This was more of a thriller that had zombies in it. Some zombies. The movie tried to impress upon you that the world had been overrun by zombies (why?), but there was never any tangible sense of fear or terror. This was a total vanity project.

As a newly minted Debbie Rochon fan, I had wanted to see her performance. The homicidal character she portrayed didn't serve much, if any, purpose. It was as though she was there to prop up the main character as a hottie girlfriend, but that was stretching the truth too far. The lead, in the B/W sequences, looked like a high schooler in a home movie. And it seemed like in every scene he was checking his clip for bullets. And the kungfu scenes... woah boy. And dude, keep your shirt on, that Bacardi bat tattoo was too skimpy looking (not bad ass, but ass-bad).

I did like Richard Lynch's over-the-top acting. And, there is something nice about seeing Brinke Stevens and Linnea in another horror film. In fact, I would have enjoyed more seeing Brinke, Linnea, Debbie, and Richard talking about horror films. That would have been interesting. However, this film is truly marred by the deus-ex-machina at the end with Linnea showing up saying "You owe me one (two... three...). In any sequel she would probably show up whenever the heroes were in trouble and bail them out. How unimaginative! Speaking of deus-ex-machina, let's have a serum that induces a flashback and amnesia that has little to do with the story! And let's have a bright white room with no segue to the other scenes.

Why, WHY, does one actor bring up John Carpenter's "They Live"? All of a sudden I was thinking about that film, and how much better it was than Corpses. It took all I had not to turn off the movie then and there. I'm a big fan of indie cinema and horror films, but this film simply falls short in so many ways. Total vanity project- it's as if the writer/director shelled out bucks for some talent and couldn't deliver on the script. The positives? Rochon, Quigley, Lynch, some of the lighting, and the car. The zombies sucked. But I'm sure the cast and crew had a fun old making it.

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