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And Then They Were Dead... (2004)

Seven strangers assemble at a lavish dinner party given by an unseen host. Soon, the guests are all driven to lust, murder and madness.

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Sara
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Dr. Mark Reibolt (as Joseph Zaso)
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Gabrielle
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Hunter
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Anna
Willie Hill ...
William
Lynn Macri ...
Mrs. Rebecca Reibolt
Frank Gagliardotto ...
Leo
Ray Schwetz ...
Lance
Stephanie Bauman ...
Barbara Levine
Jim Knusch ...
The Host (as Jim Knüsch)
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Dr. Fixit (as Hugh Daly)
J.C. Zachary ...
Janet Cerelli
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Seven strangers assemble at a lavish dinner party given by an unseen host. Soon, the guests are all driven to lust, murder and madness.

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Murder is a Game with No Rules


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4 May 2004 (USA)  »

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$6,000 (estimated)
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The role of William the butler was specifically written for Willie Hill to play. See more »

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Tension
Performed by Function Zero
Vocals by Jillian K.
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Low Budget Shocker!
9 July 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Unlike most "camcorder" microbudget movies, this one has a fun (if familiar) plot, decent special effects, good acting, great music, and just the right amount of gore and sex (thanks to a hot, gratuitous Darian Caine shower scene!!!). It's obviously a labor of love for writer-director Ray Schwetz and the cast/crew. Seven strangers go to a run down mansion to attend a dinner party for a mysterious business opportunity. When one of them is murdered by a killer in black (shades of Argento giallo films!)and a secret to the dinner is revealed (yuch!) the guests and staff begin murdering each other! Who will survive? Where is the host? It's Agatha Christie formula, but done with a modern spin on a very low budget, and it delivers! The DVD is great! Lots of extras, and it's paired with another fun low budget anthology film called "Guilty Pleasures"! I wasn't expecting much, and the film does have some bad lighting and camera-work in spots (things that plague most of these "indie" features), but overall it's a surprisingly funny, gory good time! I look forward to the next Cinema Image movie!!!


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