In three different time periods and three distinct cinematic styles, Exhumed tells the story of the corrupting otherworldly power to raise the dead as it falls into the hands of individuals across the world. The first, in feudal Japan, has a samurai and monk battling the living dead in the Forest of Death. The second, a film noir thriller, has a young detective woman investigating mysterious grave-robbings in 1940's America. The third, set in a post-apocalyptic future, has battling gangs of vampire mods and rockabilly werewolves captured and experimented on by a fanatical madman. All three stories tie together with a common plot thread of time travel and the object from which the power of resurrection is derived. Written by
Brian Clement <firstname.lastname@example.org>
After seeing Meat Market a few years back, I had high expectations when
After seeing Meat Market a few years back, I had high expectations when I received my copy of Exhumed. It was more or less what I expected, and Brian has progressed as a Zombie Film maker. I found the gore to have gotten a bit better than Meat Market. The nudity could have used a bit of work, in my opinion. I know Brian got that hot girl with the tattoos in the movie, but she could maybe have had a bigger role. I liked the way the movie was broken into 3 stories. The making of featurette in the special features was a nice touch too. All in all, I am impressed to see what this goofy hardcore kid from Victoria can do when he gets behind a camera.
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