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Morbid: A Love Story (2009)

Unrated | | Horror, Romance | 14 February 2009 (USA)
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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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Liam J. Smith ...
Christian Thomas
Anna Palestis ...
Belle
Reuben Rasheed ...
Tyson Burns
Dylan Voorhees ...
Young Christian Thomas
Scott Naurath ...
Bob
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Laura (as Amber Rose)
Lindy Journey ...
Elise
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alfredo Daniel Aguirre ...
Small Thug
Andrew Cory Aikman ...
Ben's Friend 2
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Drunk Driver
Edgar Aslanyan ...
Ghost Child
Dontreal Bacon ...
Ben
Michael Bagood ...
Guy on Couch 2
Brian Robert Baker ...
Guy Playing Pool 2
Andrew Barocio ...
Brian Stevenson
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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 | death | gore | See All (3) »

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Love mends even the deepest scars

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Horror | Romance

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I Wanna
Written by Michael Dante Whitfield
Performed by GOODIEBOYZ & Twisted Prodigy
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Refreshing, not your typical Hollywood horror film
26 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film was not what I expected. I recently met the director and a funny man in a mask at the last Fangoria Trinity of Terrors event. They were super enthusiastic to get their names out there and I was willing to give the one dollar donation to receive the film. I'm glad I did. The film was not your typical film. You can tell right away that is low budget but the story makes up for the that. It follows Christian, a twisted sociopath who is actually pretty comical. He has a crooked viewpoint on the world which causes him to see even the smallest offenders as worthy candidates to his brutal slaughter. We start off with Christian disposing of some victims (rather violently I might add) the goriest being a scene in which a man's tongue and Penis are cut off. We also have a topless women being stabbed in the vagina with knife, This is Payson's Screw You to typical Hollywood Standards. The film Progresses to Christian falling in love with a girl named Belle in his class. Christian deals with Love, something he has never felt before while trying to shove down his feelings of hate towards society. This leads to a pretty cool climax where Christian gets the girl and givers up his killing ways. I saw some hate on an earlier comment here and would like to debunk it. This person who rated it one star didn't catch the point of the film that it is a satire. It is cheesy at points on purpose. True horror fans will like this movie for the gore factor alone, Old people may not like it because it is more geared toward a college crowd, that guy also probably is more used to picking up fast food than a video camera and doesn't know what it takes to make a film. Not to mention the fact that the DVD I received at the same convention was a rough SCREENER meaning it wasn't finished but just put together for the festival. As a fellow film maker I can say that this film is a must watch for up and coming film makers looking to break into the business. Also if you can see the special features the short film "The Itch" is great better than the feature even. Also check out the behind the scenes. They are worth a look.


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