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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 pre-production for this picture lasted for ten days. See more »

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A delightfully gorish low budget film which delivers in entertainment what is lacks in funding.
20 July 2004 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

A delightfully gorish low budget film which delivers in entertainment what is lacks in funding. A good story with some wonderfully amusing scenes that kept me either completely disgusted or hysterically laughing throughout the entire film. This film has many deliberate camera shots and deliberate (I hope) overacting that exhibit a sense of creativity. You need to look for what the director is trying to do with it before you pass judgment. The musical background is a perfect example as one can lose himself in the shower scene and forget about horror films altogether. Some of the lighting becomes low at times and sound levels can fluctuate but what do you expect for a low (and I mean low) budget. Overall great work and I am hoping to see more from Ray Schwetz.


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