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Jeffrey Dean Morgan,
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Kyle Dean Jackson,
Diedrich Bader, who plays Henri, the French proprietor of the Bed and Breakfast, that is the central location of the film, went to North Carolina School Of The Arts at the same time as "The Drifter" Brent David Fraser, making them both schoolmates and castmates. See more »
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[after catching one of the guys taking urinating in the yard]
Don't ever let me catch your dick in my bush again!
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Don't compare this to Evil Dead or Braindead Please!
People who compare this to Evil Dead and Braindead should be ashamed! I'm not saying this movie is bad but those two movies are so much better. I gave this movie a 6 because I enjoyed it the whole way through.
The comedy aspect of it was the worst part. The actors wasn't that funny and the jokes was usually a bit tired and took away too much from the vibe of the movie. I would have liked the humor to be a bit more sinister. And the gore a bit more visual and extended.
Everyone who likes splatter will probably enjoy this but don't expect a masterpiece like Evil Dead or Braindead.
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