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Morbid: A Love Story (2009)

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Christian is a typical college student, besides the fact that he is a serial killer. He sees death as the greatest art form, ranking his targets by degree of difficulty and making his ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Liam J. Smith ...
Christian Thomas
Anna Palestis ...
Belle
Reuben Rasheed ...
Tyson Burns
Dylan Voorhees ...
Young Christian Thomas
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Laura
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Christian is a typical college student, besides the fact that he is a serial killer. He sees death as the greatest art form, ranking his targets by degree of difficulty and making his victims his easel. Christian takes a liking to Belle a girl in his class and falls in love. He decides he wants to lead a normal life and stop his killing ways, but old habits die hard. Written by Edward Payson

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Love mends even the deepest scars

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Written by Matthew C. Dumond, David Collins and Eric Thorne
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20 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had the unfortunate fate of being tricked into buying this movie at a recent horror convention by the writer/director and a large, bumbling man in a crappy mask. He claimed the movie was a gore-fest, bragging about the violence, nudity, and cannibalism, and thought we would give it a shot since it was so cheap. I had to see what the deal was, and after watching this "film" I was shocked at the writer/director's audacity. Every single person that paid any amount of money for this was severely ripped off, and are going to be saddened when they pop the disc in. I've seen plenty of bad movies, REALLY bad movies, and a lot of them are actually enjoyable. This movie is torture to get through, and although the director would probably say this is a good thing, since he thinks he made a great exploitation film, I couldn't believe he was actually selling this to people. Within the first minute I knew that this was going to be the longest hour and a half of my life. Terrible framing, writing, editing, sound, every aspect of this movie is beyond unwatchable. I can't even explain how big this guy's ego was about his movie either, he even wrote a terrible scene in which the characters talk about going to see his other movies, which are probably even worse than this, if they even exist. He actually thinks he can get distribution for this crap, although any sane distributor would burn this thing immediately. Pretty sure I heard some John Carpenter music in there, doubt he paid to use that, and the rest of the music is just plain annoying. The entire project seems like it was made by emo 12 year olds. The ending is especially bad, although I knew it would be. Pretty much the most unoriginal, unintelligent, annoying movie I've ever seen. The cheesiest Dexter-rip-off voice overs ever recorded, one set of gross looking boobs, annoying screaming, crappy fight scenes with no sound effects, bad direction, mismatched sound levels, super-fake film filters on the cheap video, old trailers and commercials in the beginning as seen in every Quentin Tarantino movie, just plain dumb emo idea for a horror movie. Anybody that says this movie is anything but terrible is lying to make the director feel better about his turd-baby of a film, and you can tell by the size of his ego that a lot of people do. Makes me so mad to think that he wasted $13,000 bringing this crap to life, I could have made a better film for $13.


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