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The Drunken Dead Guy (2005)

Video  -  Comedy  -  15 August 2005 (USA)
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This is the story of Tom, an advertising contractor with an empty, gray existence, as cold as his commute to work through the concrete. After an untimely death, he enjoys the comforts of ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Duda ...
Dead Tom / Cheat Sheets Spokesman
S. William Hinzman ...
The Experienced Zombie
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Laundry Girl / Angelina Barzini
Al Asarnov ...
Jimmy the Bartender
Ray Johnston ...
Ray the Scrooge Nut
Bob Smith ...
Doctor Bob
Tattoo ...
Angel in New Jersey
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God / Trailer Trash Guy / Sheets Victim
J.B. ...
Doctor Spivey
Juan Parra ...
Juan
Erman Oner ...
Armando
Ismail Oner ...
Party Dad
Dan Hurley ...
Regular at Jimmy's
Margaret Oner ...
Party Mom
Cathy L. Snyder ...
God's Assistant Angel
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This is the story of Tom, an advertising contractor with an empty, gray existence, as cold as his commute to work through the concrete. After an untimely death, he enjoys the comforts of Heaven, but a wrongly perceived crises (God doesn't understand that the Devils are a hockey team)results in the need for a miracle. Tom is the unlucky choice to be risen up to fight the Devils. Unfortunately, Heaven botches the job and Tom is a rotting corpse. The only solution is for him to drink a lot of alcohol to preserve himself. The side effect is that he gets intoxicated! Written by John Greff

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Sobriety is for Mortals!

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Contains the only zombie role with dialogue for S. William Hinzman. See more »

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Great Comedy!!!
13 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I must say that I was pleasantly surprised with this movie. I expected a few mild chuckles but ultimately spent most if its hour and a half length laughing on the floor. Who ever said that cheap movies can't be great!?! It started out with a infomercial of a dirty old man selling sex toys on an obscure TV station which was a hysterical warm up to the actual movie.

The story begins where a man who was too honest for the advertising industry and looses his job. He then receives further bad news from his crazy doctor that he has a terminal disease. He quickly passes away then he finds himself in heaven surrounded by beautiful angels. He is finally content. But heaven has its problems where God, who turns out to be an idiot is reading the paper and sees that the devils are winning. God apparently does not follow sports and knows nothing of the devils being a hockey team. So he sends this poor soul back to earth to fight the "devils".

Heaven does not seem to be well versed in details such as preservation of a new zombie. Therefore the arch angel informs this man that he has to drink lots of alcohol to prevent the decaying process. We then have a decaying corpse without funds that will do anything to get his liquor.

I will just stop there as not to spoil the rest of this gem but I HIGHLY recommend it.

Enjoy


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