When the Sherriff is pulling the chainsaw out of the closet, an Evil Dead poster can be seen. See more »
In the Winnebago at the beginning, Christopher puts the pills back into the pez dispenser, but after, David grabs another red pill off the table, and they are all back. See more »
I would love to go with, you all, but I've got to stay here and protect the records. It's my job.
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The Unrated version is the director's cut that was originally given an NC-17 by the MPAA for violence and gore. Nearly 15 seconds was cut out before the film received the R rating, and these included shots of the zombie's partly severed head and more footage of David with the chainsaw in his neck. See more »
Performed by Hillbilly Hellcats
Written by Lance Bakemeyer
Courtesy of Lance Romance Rockabilly Music / BMI See more »
S10 Reviews: Dead & Breakfast (2004)
Three couples are on a road trip to a wedding in Galveston when they decide to make a pit-stop in a weird little rustic town Lovelock. They stop over for the night at the local bed and breakfast (run by none other than 'Bill" himself, David Carradine). But when the chef winds up carved and filleted and the owner dies of an apparent heart attack these road weary friends learn the story of Pandora's Box the hard way and with possessed zombies to boot. 'Dead & Breakfast' is the perfect companion piece to 'Shaun of the Dead'. 'Dead' one ups the zany genre referencing humor of 'Shaun" by adding absolutely hilarious songs the link (and even further the plot) many of the scenes together. The comedic timing of the actors greatly improves as the feature progresses as the humor gets crazier and the gore gets going. "Dead" is quite gory and conjures many a fond memory of past 80's gore classics.
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