What's one to do when One's featurette time is longer then the screen time that one gets in the actual movie. In the case of Robert Englund who has a bit part in "Dead and Buried", he talks about "Eaten Alive", his fellow actors, his crush on Lisa Blount and her gothicness, how he really wanted to be the Courener, Stan Winston, how he drew inspiration form Stephen King's "Salem's Lot", and how he wants an original poster of the movie. Pretty insubstantial stuff, but Englung does know how to be engaging, so I enjoyed it.This 12 minute featurette can be found on Blue Underground's Limited Edition DVD of "Dead and Buried"
My Grade: C+
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