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All My Friends Are Funeral Singers (2010)

 -  Comedy | Drama | Music  -  26 January 2010 (USA)
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Zel is a fortune teller. She lives and works in an old house at the edge of the woods. The house is crowded with ghosts (including a priest, a bride, a mute child, some washed up ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Emily Candini ...
Reid Coker ...
Megan Hovde-Wilkins ...
Karol Kent ...
George McAuliffe ...
Michael McGinley ...
Sierra Magdalena Mitchell ...
Alice Marble Grey
Alan Scalpone ...
Joe Adamik ...
Ghost Musician
Jim Becker ...
Ghost Musician
Ben Massarella ...
Ghost Musician


Zel is a fortune teller. She lives and works in an old house at the edge of the woods. The house is crowded with ghosts (including a priest, a bride, a mute child, some washed up vaudevillians and a noisy, sight-impaired group of musicians among others) that have been there for as long as she can remember. When a mysterious light appears in the woods the ghosts realize that they are trapped and begin to rebel. Zel is forced to come to terms with the origins of these spirits and letting go of the only family she has ever known. Written by Anonymous

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If You're Expecting Horror, Think Again
23 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Before we go any farther, one thing needs to be made clear. Angela Bettis fans who are expecting a gory horror movie along the lines of May or Sick Girl are going to be disappointed. This is basically a quirky comedy with supernatural elements, focusing on a backwoods fortune teller and the small army of ghosts that inhabit her house.

Although not a bad film, there isn't much to recommend about it either. For the first half of the picture, the plot does not so much flow as drift, going from one vignette to another with no real reason or logic behind them. Only in the second half, in which we focus on the ghosts' struggle to leave the house, do things begin to pick up.

The tendency of the film to spend minutes on end watching the performances of a group of ghost musicians, which serve no purpose other than to promote the Califones, the band of director Tim Rutili. These sequences are distracting, and detract from the film overall.

Nevertheless, the film strangely works, with a quirky sense of humor that is at times genuinely amusing. The denouement in particular is quite funny.

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