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Teller decides to keep a video diary when an epidemic infects the populace of Las Vegas.

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Teller decides to keep a video diary when an epidemic infects the populace of Las Vegas.

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When Las Vegas is hit by the epidemic, how will you tell the living from the dead?

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Eliot's Dream
Composed by Courtney Von Drehle
Performed by 3 Leg Torso
Violin: Béla Balogh
Acoustic Bass: Skip Elliot Bowman
Vibraphone: Rob Lewis
Cello: John Hubbard
Accordion: Courtney Von Drehle
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You might actually get to hear Teller speak!!
22 April 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

For years, the act of Penn & Teller has been entertaining America with their magic and strange brand of entertainment. Well, the days of the old act are over, as Penn has finally joined the ranks of the undead--a zombie who is no longer able or willing to share the stage with his old partner. So, it's up to Teller to save himself and leave zombie-infected Vegas--setting out on his own to wait out the plague of brain-eaters.

This film is narrated, I assume, by Teller. While you never see his lips move, you assume it's him talking. I say assume because the public has never heard him talk--that's part of his act. However, now that there is no Penn to give him a voice, I guess we finally get to hear Teller's own thoughts and sentiments.

The film is sick and exceptionally well done. While there are way too many zombie films out there, this one and its sequel have managed to breath new life into the glutted genre--mostly because the humor is so strange and the narration so dead-pan funny. Not for all tastes, but it certainly satisfied my appetite.


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