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Grave Robbers (2006)

Two college students get in over their heads when they start a corpse selling service by robbing the local morgue and attracting the attention of the area mob.

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Korey Canfield ...
Denise
Seth Currier ...
Matt Francis ...
Seth King ...
Cornelius
Nate Lattimore ...
Mob Boss
Michael Siler ...
Security Guard
Chris Thomas ...
Ronnie the Mob Gardener
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Storyline

College best-friends Kyle and Ethan are so desperate for money, they find themselves consumed by a get-rich-quick scheme: a research lab is paying out cash for corpse. Enlisting the help of a mysterious get-away driver, they must outsmart the security at the local morgue, deliver the bodies to the questionable contact Mr. Shigo, and avoid being discovered their naive Resident Assistant. Things get even more complicated when the local mob sees the "grave robbing" service as a threat after their own casualties start disappearing. However, Kyle's greatest task might just be telling beautiful Denise that he has feelings for her. Things quickly get out of hand in this quirky comedy written and directed by Matt Francis in his award-winning feature film debut. Written by Matt Francis

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For the little corpse in all of us.

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Comedy

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$2,000 (estimated)
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During filming in the morgue their was at most two dead bodies in the cooling cabinets, of which there was a total of four. Kyle and Ethan only ever pull a body from the same container, and none of the other ones were ever opened save for a crack. It was reasoned that they had so much success with that container, it was rightfully the first to be checked and always delivered a body. See more »

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Ethan: Life is beautiful! It's like that movie, "Life is Beautiful".
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