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The undertaker Fred is bankrupted and misses his former wife Helen. She has left him and is going to marry Captain Winston, whose daughter Rhonda is the girlfriend of Fred's assistant Jerry... See more »

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Captain Winston
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Rhonda Winston
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Jerry Gordon (as Stephen Williams)
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Fred Withers
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Helen
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Christopher Barnes
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Babs
Andy Norsworthy ...
Biker Don
Thomas Crnkovich ...
Biker Pete
Tyler Jolley ...
Baseball Zombie #1
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Baseball Zombie #2
Jim Whipple ...
Baseball Zombie #3
Richard Courte ...
Eyeball Zombie
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Carjacker Zombie #1 (as Jude Lanston)
Louie Hampton ...
Carjacker Zombie #2
Hannes Phinney ...
Heart Attack Zombie
Ernesto Cornejo ...
Bank Robber Zombie
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Cleo (as Eva Derrick)
Chad Henderson ...
Officer Simon
Malcolm Bennett ...
Businessman / John
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Pawnshop Owner
Justin DeNino ...
Pawnshop Customer
Darryl Roberts ...
Medical Examiner
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Crime Scene Photographer
Dan Lawler ...
Valet
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Mercedes Woman
Richard Nunoz ...
Dead Biker
Tiffany Madson ...
Mourner #1
Tobias Heduschke ...
Mourner #2
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Mourner #3
Reaux Prescott ...
Mourner #4
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Watch Dog

Directed by

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Rolfe Kanefsky

Written by (WGA)

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Rolfe Kanefsky ... (written by)

Produced by

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Charlie Burton ... line producer
Mark Headley ... producer
Tanya York ... producer

Music by

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Collin Simon

Cinematography by

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Rick Lamb ... director of photography
Andrew Parke ... (as Andy Parke)

Film Editing by

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Lewis Schoenbrun

Casting By

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Pixie Monroe
Patricia Rose

Production Design by

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Laura Paddock

Set Decoration by

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Rob Miller

Costume Design by

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Corena Gibson

Makeup Department

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Teresa Griffith ... makeup consultant
Malia Levin ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Tiffany Madsen ... hairdresser / makeup artist

Production Management

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Charlie Burton ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Pamela Brown ... first assistant director
Chelsea Huff ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Rob Miller ... props

Sound Department

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Lionel Ball ... sound mixer
Rashaad Lewis ... boom operator
Matt Rose ... boom operator trainee
Mycel Stokes ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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Arnaud Benitez ... special effects intern
Jeff Colbert ... special effects
Chris Hampton ... special effects technician

Stunts

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Bart Noggle ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Paige Bossier ... camera department intern
Justin DeNino ... best boy grip
Jim Firios ... assistant camera
Kory Funk ... gaffer
Ron E. Harris ... still photographer
Helene Kuperstein ... still photographer
Chris Norris ... key grip
Justin Owensby ... grip intern
Timothy Sandor ... epk videographer (as Tim Sandor)
Clay Smith ... best boy electric
Justin Sullivan ... first assistant camera

Location Management

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Charlie Burton ... location manager

Transportation Department

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Darryl Roberts ... transportation

Other crew

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Christina Farnetti ... production coordinator
Shawn Fernandez ... stand-in
Kory Funk ... stand-in (as Kory V. Funk)
Esther Goodstein ... script supervisor
Shelly-Ann Harris ... production assistant
Tobias Heduschke ... production intern
Robin Irey ... additional voices
Tiff Jimber ... additional voices
Richard Nunoz ... production assistant
Lisa O'Dell ... production assistant
Jesse Poupis ... production assistant
Matt Rose ... production assistant
Sean Smith ... production assistant
Richard Dean Starr ... script/continuity
Arik Treston ... public relations executive / unit publicist
Bradley Varnum ... production assistant
Josh Yafa ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The undertaker Fred is bankrupted and misses his former wife Helen. She has left him and is going to marry Captain Winston, whose daughter Rhonda is the girlfriend of Fred's assistant Jerry Gordon. Fred has accidentally developed an embalming formula that brings the dead back to life and he is able to control the zombies because they need a dose every hour to stay alive, otherwise they die. When Fred receives an eviction letter from the bank that intends to build a mall in the location of his funeral home with the agreement of Helen, he decides to use his zombies to steal money, pay the bank, achieve power and get Helen back. However, when Jerry accidentally drops the fluid of his formula, he loses the control of the situation in his mortuary and the dead seek revenge against him. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Taglines They've got some time to kill. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Corpses (United States)
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  • 90 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia All of the Interior mortuary scenes were filmed inside a real mortuary. A few of the caskets you see in the film have actual corpses inside them. See more »
Movie Connections References Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things (1972). See more »

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