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Angry and Moist: An Undead Chronicle (2004)

Herbert West's half brother continues his bid to conquer brain death.



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Cast overview:
Scarlett Victoria Carson ...
Jordana (as Victoria Crampton)
Dom Wynter ...
Alex Eamonson ...
Mormon 2
Nick Thompson ...
Mormon 1
Sabbi Stone ...
Undead Shemp


Dr. Norbert Crest is a brilliant scientist undertaking controversial research to find a cure for mortality by experimenting on the recently deceased.  Working out of his cellar, his life is consumed by his work. All at once, his experiments spiral out of control, brought on by a major breakthrough in his research, the appearance of a beautiful assistant and the persistence of some local Mormons. Soon, the question becomes not whether Norbert survives the day, but which part of him? Written by James Raynor

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Re-Animation. It runs in the family.


Horror | Short | Comedy





Release Date:

2 October 2004 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Moggz, the director's girlfriend, spent six months collecting jars from pasta sauces for use as props in the cellar to contain various multi-colored liquids. See more »


The shovel somehow manages to get upstairs between the decapitation of Afro-Zombie and the finale without anyone taking it upstairs, and indeed with no reason for it to be there. See more »

Crazy Credits

"In loving memory of Joel Stubchunk, 2002-2004... T'was the mould that got him." See more »


References Evil Dead II (1987) See more »

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Great watch!
10 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

As a occasional fan of horror, I don't usually dig deep into the horror genre often, however talk of this short had been spreading through the film school. I felt compelled to see this urban myth for myself and I must say I rather enjoyed it! The production values are low, but like a lot of good horror this is excusable, the dialogue is quirky and well suited to the characters that speak them.

Overall the work is a an amalgom of passion and enthusiam that the Raynor takes pride in re-illustrating on screen for the audience to see. People should watch this piece of work and stop reading my dull review! Promising work from an up and coming Director. Look forward to seeing "Psychosis".

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