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Dismembered (2003)

| Action, Crime, Horror

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Joe Kenny
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Chick Evans
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Police Capt. Hart
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Helen
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First Young Man
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The Dark Man
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Fun, retro, creation, a "B" rate movie lover Spectacular
31 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have said it before will again, This is a must see for you Ole horror movie fans. Make-up is a lost art and so is interaction between monsters and actors. Computer generation has taken the screen and fun out of acting. Bravo! An new but old but goody with some friendly faces back to screen. A popcorn muncher for the family. Thanks for bringing the Ole Bella genre back to the screen Ewing Brown! Do not compare this with the Block Busters of today but rather to the Horror genre of the 30's through 70's when make-up was the only way to create a monster. It is hard for kids today to appreciate the talent it takes to Act and ready a production without the use of computer generated graphics. It is a dying Art, Please look to enjoy and understand the effort and work involved in all forms and levels of Hollywood entertainment!! Tuche'


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