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The Dead Matter (2010)

TV-MA | | Fantasy, Horror | 3 July 2013 (Russia)
Tells the story of a vampire relic with occult powers that falls into the hands of a grief-stricken young woman who will do anything to contact her dead brother.

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Vellich
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McCallister
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Sebed
Sean Serino ...
Gretchen
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Mike
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Jill (as C.B. Spencer)
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Brian Van Camp ...
Mark Pym
Donna Williams ...
Rebecca
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Vampire Junkie Ernie
Meredith Moore ...
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Ray
Kenyatta Foster ...
Sean
Chuck Schodowski ...
Osbourne
Richard Dyszel ...
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Tells the story of a vampire relic with occult powers that falls into the hands of a grief-stricken young woman who will do anything to contact her dead brother.

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'Why rule the living when you can control the dead?'

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Fantasy | Horror

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Dead Matter - Terror of the Undead  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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The Narrator: You may eat him, children.
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The dead matter, this movie however does not
2 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

A group of teenagers perform a séance in the woods only to unleash a less than benevolent spirit into the world, or was it a dream? People like to have dreams in this movie. Anyway, the man bad guy, a vampire, wants to get an amulet that controls the dead from a member of said aforementioned teens who wants to make her dead brother return to life.

I found this movie to be very boring and a tad reminiscent of the overall better "Warlock" Unsurprisingly the seemingly always typecast Andrew Divoff does nothing to dissuade those notions. Having seen it on Instant Redbox, and not going out of my way to view this movie, I still felt ripped off.


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