Reminiscent of "Pleasantville", in this Gothic comedy heroine Abigaile Archibald suddenly develops a speaking voice in a world that is otherwise silent. Delighted, she secretly indulges in the joys of talking and singing -- until the townspeople launch a witch hunt to find the source of the mysterious sound. Written by
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No one in the film calls the ghouls "zombies" (which they are, of course). This is nod to the fact that many zombie movies (including the George Romero "Dead" films like 'Night of the Living Dead'; the 'Resident Evil' films; etc...) never mention the word "zombie" at all. This is also a wink to Danny Boyle, director of '28 Days Later...', and his insistence that it isn't a zombie movie. See more
An electrical cord can be seen attached to the lamp on the bedside stand in the wench's bedroom. See more
Music by Tom DeStefano
Words by Jim Lawter
Sung by Crista Orefice See more