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Dead/Undead (2002)

Legend tells of a creature unlike any known to man. Some say it's the devil's most prized invention. A creature which takes on the characteristics of those who have slain it, as well as ... See full summary »

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(as Mark Thomas Elliott), | 1 more credit »

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(as Fox Valade)
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Brian Altman ...
Ricky Norse
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Elijah 'Eli' Rider (as Thomas Galasso)
Mary C. Casey ...
Vampire Victim (as Mary Casey)
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The Cowboy
Dave Cunningham ...
Sam Shaw
Greg Dow ...
Carlton Corrington
Jamin Fite ...
The Vampire
Brooke Hayes ...
Debra Avery
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Alice St. James
Alexis Nemeth ...
Vampire Victim
J.L. Rostam-Abadi ...
The Knight
Jonny Rostamabadi ...
The Peasant Boy (as Jonathan Rostam-Abadi)
Heidi Smith ...
The Vampiress (as Heidi E. Smith)
Pete LaDuke ...
Benny (as Brock Tarzana)
Matt Valade ...
Maxwell M. Dobbs (as Fox Valade)
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Legend tells of a creature unlike any known to man. Some say it's the devil's most prized invention. A creature which takes on the characteristics of those who have slain it, as well as those which it has slain. A creature that can be destroyed again and again only to come back stronger every time. A creature named The Sorcalak. Unfortunately, seven stereotypical horror film characters on a religious retreat are headed straight for it. Written by Yev

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Four Teenagers, One Beast of Hellfire, Place Your Bets

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Comedy | Horror

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21 March 2005 (Austria)  »

Also Known As:

Curse of 1000 Tomorrows  »

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$1,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Director 'Brett Pierce''s father worked on the original The Evil Dead (1981). See more »

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Spoofs Léon: The Professional (1994) See more »

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sure to be the next cult classic!
25 February 2003 | by (Michigan, USA) – See all my reviews

Dead? or Undead? This is a great little movie that was so fun and entertaining you'll want to see it twice. In the vein of Buffy the Vampire Slayer the Series, this film has all the aspects to make it a sure fire cult classic. Dead/Undead has all the aspects of the next horror/comedy classic, from spooky monsters to screaming girls in their underwear, you can't find more fun for your buck then Dead/Undead.


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