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Laughing Dead (1998)

PG-13 | | Horror | 17 July 1998 (USA)
When Hunter wakes up from a fever dream, he's in a world he never envisioned; one filled with monstrous beasts and humans who appear to be melting at the seams.

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Patrick Gleason

Writer:

Patrick Gleason
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Credited cast:
Fern Finer Fern Finer ... Lisa
Patrick Gleason Patrick Gleason ... Hunter
Nancy Rhee ... Joy
Rico Cymone Rico Cymone ... Phinneas
John Hammond ... Vincent
Jill Anthony Thomas Jill Anthony Thomas ... (as Jill Anthony)
Anastasia King Anastasia King ... Running Human #1
Robert Mack Robert Mack ... Lucky Lotto Dealer
Bruce McCoy ... Street Hustler
Todd Gorang Todd Gorang ... Mr. Bradley
Tommy G. White Tommy G. White ... Guard, TV Salesman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Annie James Annie James ... Young Lisa
Larry Justice Larry Justice ... Milkman
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When Hunter wakes up from a fever dream, he's in a world he never envisioned; one filled with monstrous beasts and humans who appear to be melting at the seams.

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Horror

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 July 1998 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Zombies, vampires, nuclear waste; a genre-bending independent surprise
5 May 2000 | by istickboySee all my reviews

A seeming drug addict wakes up in a post-nuclear war future. He stumbles around trying to figure out what happened. All survivors sit in their homes watching television and using drugs while mutant zombies, government clean-up officials, and giant pigs roam the streets. Great premise for an end-of-the-world flick. Dialogue lacking in a few places, but the ideas behind the premise are strong. Some great camera-work and enough surprises to keep the Evil Dead fans guessing. This movie is worth watching just to see the imagined television shows of the future. I for one can't wait for the terrible end of civilization if only to watch these shows. I hope this director finds more work


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