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Shatter Dead (1994)

Unrated | | Horror
Depressing tale about a world of the undead and a woman's trek to get home to her boyfriend's house.


Scooter McCrae


Scooter McCrae
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stark Raven Stark Raven ... Susan
Flora Fauna Flora Fauna ... Mary
Daniel 'Smalls' Johnson Daniel 'Smalls' Johnson ... Dan
Robert Wells Robert Wells ... The Preacher Man
Marina Del Rey ... Grandma
John Weiner ... Jack
Jeff Kushner Jeff Kushner ... Patrolman (as Jeffrey Kushner)
Sharon Kingston Sharon Kingston ... The Tea Lady
Marco North ... Crash Test Corpse
Scooter McCrae Scooter McCrae ... Corpse In Car (as Robert Ferrapples)
Jill Dearman Jill Dearman ... Kitchen Dead
Ann Goulder Ann Goulder ... Kitchen Dead
Janice Lester Janice Lester ... Kitchen Dead
Johnny Bravo Johnny Bravo ... New Order Dead
Pericles Lewnes Pericles Lewnes ... New Order Dead


In a horrible turn of events, the people of this world go on living even in death. With gangs about killing people to share in their misery, and people (corpses) confused, it is indeed a bleek future. When Susan, not yet dead, is faced with her boyfriend's impending trek home, she does her best to cope. Written by Anonymous

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Filming Locations:

Middletown, New York, USA

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Production Co:

Tempe Video See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


The Preacher Man: I claim this vehicle for our people in the name of the Lord!
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Alternate Versions

The 1996 UK video was cut by 26 secs to remove a shot of a girl being sexually penetrated with the barrel of a handgun. The 2005 DVD release expanded the cuts to 40 secs. See more »


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a thing about extras
3 March 2010 | by microfameSee all my reviews

As many other reviewers here stated, there were some worthwhile concepts in this film, but the execution really held it back. I think it verifies the importance of good actors, to get viewers to "buy-in". Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" was a very low budget film, but it's truly great, in some measure due to the excellent lead actors. When acting is as stiff and wooden as in "Shatter Dead", it has the effect of ruining the illusion of the movie over and over, taking you out of the story.

But I wonder if anyone else, like me, watched the behind the scenes and blooper extras and wished they had liked the movie more? I've found that often with bad movies. It does humanize the actors and creators a bit, doesn't it? Especially for me here, when Scooter was talking through some of the bloopers with the "Howard Stern/Fartman" guy, and there was a sudden close-up of the actor's mouth saying "Fire!", which, as Scooter says, and any Star Trek fan knows, is that great shot of Kirk's mouth as he surprises Khan with a phaser barrage..."Alright Khan.....here it comes." I myself quote that little line with fan- friends, so that made me feel some kinship with Scooter, no matter how much his film kinda fails.

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