Stiffed (2010) Movie Review

Small-time criminals become undead armed robbers — it’s a concept so simple in design that I’m surprised the scenario hasn’t already been done to death. “Necroville” co-director Billy Garberina takes a cinematic stab at the premise with his 2010 horror/comedy “Stiffed”, a motion picture about — you guessed it — three bumbling crooks who find themselves back in the land of the living after a car crash abruptly ends their lives. Outside of a few technical problems, this low-budget endeavor actually isn’t that bad. Sure, the dialogue sounds like it was written by a Tarantino devotee and the sound design is a little hissy, but it all comes together in the end. “Stiffed” is a good time, bumps, flaws, and all. I’m assuming, of course, that you’re forgiving of the problems generally associated with microbudget cinema, especially those that dwell within the horror genre. As mentioned, the
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