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Three stories across the centuries of individuals given the power to raise the dead, set in feudal Japan, 1940s USA, and a post-apocalyptic future.

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Masahiro Oyake ...
Ryuzo
Hiroaki Itaya ...
Zentaro
Bettina May ...
Jane Decarlo (as Claire Westby)
Moira Thomas ...
Vivian Von Prowe
Chelsey Arentsen ...
Cherry (as Chelsey 'Inika' Arentsen)
Chantelle Adamache ...
Zura
Chuck Depape ...
General Deus
Denys Melanson ...
Detective Frank Sterner
Rob Nesbitt ...
Dr. Farell
Scott Bisgrove ...
Mr. Grey
Kitten Coquette ...
Herself
Rei Kido ...
Zentaro's Brother
Gerry Kramer ...
Gerald Norman
Morgan Alexander ...
Doorman
Cam Pipes ...
Drunken Sailor
Scott Beaty ...
Sailor / Chemical Suit Trooper
Wendy Clarke ...
Burlesque Patron
Craig Allen ...
Burlesque Patron
Robin Thompson ...
Burlesque Patron / Doctor
Pati Tozer ...
Burlesque Patron
Ira Hunter ...
Bulesque Patron / Beat Cop / Undead
Stuart Palfrey ...
Burlesque Announcer
Andrea Hume ...
Six-Gun Annie
Brian Clement ...
Crying Fan
Hailey Shiels ...
Ticket Girl
Chris Tihor ...
Jonesy
Stephan Bourke ...
Johnny
Sarah Kramer ...
Lorna Bainbrook
Denise Brown ...
Corpse of the Russian Ambassador
Martin Wales ...
Kabalan
Mark Hubber ...
Vampire Mod
Brad Kurushima ...
Vampire Mod / Undead
Chris Cowley ...
Merrick
Theodore Trout ...
Kane
Jeremy Deighton ...
Werewolf Rocker
Dave Krawchuck ...
Officer / Chemical Suit Trooper / Undead (as Dave Krawchuk)
Bin Ling ...
Officer / Chemical Suit Trooper / Undead
Gina Sharma ...
Servant Girl
Dustan Roberts ...
El Diablo Azul / Chemical Suit Trooper
Spencer Blochlinger ...
Chemical Suit Trooper
Mikel Boeur ...
Chemical Suit Trooper
Aaron Lachapelle ...
Chemical Suit Trooper
Josh Pasnak ...
Chemical Suit Trooper
Troy Tompkins ...
Chemical Suit Trooper / Undead
Josh Clarkson ...
Undead
Bryn Johnson ...
Undead
Steve Migliarese ...
Undead
Mike Selman ...
Undead
Jay Stewart ...
Undead
Jay Walls ...
Undead
Yuichiro Yoshibe ...
Undead

Directed by

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Brian Clement

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Brian Clement ... (written by)

Produced by

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Stephen R. Hicks ... executive producer
Bettina May ... executive producer (as Claire Westby)

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Justin Hagberg

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Brian Clement

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Brian Clement

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Bettina May ... (as Claire Westby)

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Jason Ward ... special makeup effects artist

Stunts

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Bin Ling ... stunt double

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James Bouley ... grip
Becky Julseth ... second camera operator

Other crew

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Scott Beaty ... production assistant
Keith King ... weapons supplier
Dustan Roberts ... production assistant

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Stephan Bourke ... special thanks
Sue Chenier ... special thanks
Wendy Clarke ... special thanks
Michael Gingold ... special thanks
Andrea Hume ... special thanks
Liam Lux ... special thanks
Rob Nesbitt ... special thanks
Jay Walls ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

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

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Taglines An epic anthology of the undead See more »
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Also Known As
  • Exhumed (Canada)
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  • 87 min
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Budget $5,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The character Zentaro is named after the director's great-grandfather, Zentaro Ono. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Dark Paradox (2007). See more »
Crazy Credits At the very end of the disclaimer, there's a line: "But don't bring home any glowing objects you find in the Antarctic, OK?" See more »

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