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Corpses Are Forever (2004)

The Gates of Hell have blown open and it is up to an amnesiac spy and a rag-tag bunch of soldiers to find out how to close it.

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Jose Prendes

Writer:

Jose Prendes
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Lynch ... General Morton
Jose Prendes Jose Prendes ... Malcolm Grant / Quint Barrow
Brinke Stevens ... Dr. Emily Thesiger
Bill Perlach Bill Perlach ... Father James 'Preacher' Mason
Debbie Rochon ... Marguerite
Linnea Quigley ... Elli Kroger
Don Calfa ... Jack Stark (as Lance Fladoda)
Conrad Brooks ... Mr. Fairbrass
Felissa Rose ... Gina Matthews
Trista Favor ... Nurse Tittwana
Kwame Riley Kwame Riley ... Lt. Anderson
Jessica Lewis Jessica Lewis ... Pvt. Crisp / Zombie
Rachel Chin Rachel Chin ... Pvt. Lee
Luis-David Madera Luis-David Madera ... Pvt. Raymond / Zombie (as Luis Madera)
Erik Herbster Erik Herbster ... Pvt. Rip
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Storyline

Malcolm Grant, a government secret agent wakes up with amnesia in a post-apocalyptic world in permanent darkness and overrun by the living dead. Malcolm teams up with an army contingent led by General Morton to find answers hidden in his consious to find a solution to stop the zombies and find the source. Written by Anonymous

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Not even a License To Kill can save your soul See more »


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Rated R for some violence
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Goofs

In the scene where General Morton is briefed concerning the extent of the zombie infestation, his back is to a large glass window. Outside, regular street traffic can be seen (no zombies or other signs of mayhem). See more »

Quotes

[Stark checks his watch after coming back from the dead]
Jack Stark: Jeez, my watch stopped. So did my heart, for that matter.
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Crazy Credits

The film is dedicated to actress Linnea Quigley's dog DOC, who passed away due to cancer during the post production of the film. He was the director's favorite of Linnea Quigley's five dogs. See more »

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References The Return of the Living Dead (1985) See more »

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Dust bin Dwellars: Bad D.V.D. rental night courtesy of Asylum.
3 February 2005 | by Captain_CouthSee all my reviews

Corpses Are Forever (2003) is a waste of time. The film makers tried to make a cool movie but thinking somethings cool when it's not sucks, and so did this film. Instead of wasting money on B-Movie actors who know the product sucks, they should have spent in on production and writing a decent script. This movie is why Asylum is a joke of a company. They think they're Troma and they act like their product is all that and a bag of chips. You think that a company with the name Asylum would make edgy and horrific films that'll shock and terrorize you. Instead they scare you from watching any of their d.v.d.s

When you're making a movie, don't try and bring up cooler movies just so you can get some cred amongst old school horror fans. It wont work. You'll seem like you're reaching for some thing (and anything). The concept of this movie was interesting. Anybody could have made it work. The problem lies with these people. They just don't know how to make a watchable movie. Throwing stuff at the wall and seeing if it sticks is no way either. I could have made a better movie movie with $10,000 and three digital cameras.

Perhaps there's a market for this crap. I don't know who would watch this tripe but there must be. Just remember, have a decent script, motivated actors, a good director and lots of lighting. If you follows these rules you can make something that's watchable. If you try to make a movie that'll entertain yourself, you'll end up on the short end of the stick every time.

Not recommended. This movie is so bad it'll crack the lens within your d.v.d. player.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 July 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Les portes de l'enfer See more »

Filming Locations:

Miami, Florida, USA

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C-47 Films See more »
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