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I'll Bury You Tomorrow (2002)

Is there love after death? The small rural community of Port Oram can answer that. When deranged young Dolores Finley (Zoë Daelman Chlanda) appears out of nowhere to begin work at the ... See full summary »


Alan Rowe Kelly


Alan Rowe Kelly

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Zoe Daelman Chlanda Zoe Daelman Chlanda ... Dolores Finley
Bill Corry Bill Corry ... Percival Beech
Katherine O'Sullivan ... Nettie Beech
Jerry Murdock Jerry Murdock ... Jake / Mitch Geraldi
Kristen Overdurf Kristen Overdurf ... Ellen Gallagher
Renee West Renee West ... Tina Clark
Alan Rowe Kelly ... Corey Nichols
P.J. Mehaffey P.J. Mehaffey ... Eddie Gallagher
Michael Valentino Michael Valentino ... Train station attendent
Tina Kay Tina Kay ... Mrs. Clark
Sandra Schaller Sandra Schaller ... Sandra Clark
Karenann Sinocchi Karenann Sinocchi ... Edwina Wilkes
Austin Sears Austin Sears ... Dr. Gross
Rick Zahn ... Client / Lt. Scallpone
Mia Demarco Mia Demarco ... Shana, the stripper


Is there love after death? The small rural community of Port Oram can answer that. When deranged young Dolores Finley (Zoë Daelman Chlanda) appears out of nowhere to begin work at the Beech's Funeral Home, the local mortuary soon becomes more than just a quiet place of rest. Dolores' passion for cadavers gives new meaning to the phrase "disturbing the peace". Written by Alan Rowe Kelly <alanrowekelly@yahoo.com

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17 June 2002 (USA) See more »


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$980,000 (estimated)
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Won Best Special FX award at the B-Movie Film Festival in 2002. See more »


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A Masterpiece of the Macabre
11 July 2004 | by neal66See all my reviews

Kudos to Alan Rowe Kelly for creating this rather sinister shocker of murder, madness and depravity! I bury you tomorrow is one of the most twisted films I've seen in awhile about a mysterious young woman who comes to the quiet town of Port Oram to work for local funeral parlor headed by Beech.Dolores Finley, the young woman has peculiar habits like her men rather stiff and some chilling skeletons in her closet and add some grave-robbing and other sources of mayhem and you have recipe for masterpiece of the macabre! I love the memorable characters like dolores who seems quiet unassuming woman who has a suitcase full of dark secrets and who's madness which she is hiding is slowly coming back with a vengeance. Jake Gerald, the sheriff's screw-up brother who works for Beeches and who has a rather deadly job on the side, supplying fresh corpses to a businessman. Nettie Beech, a religious fanatic who sees her dead daughter in Dolores and who will do ANYTHING to keep her. The film stars out slow but not boring as you are introduced to the players in this chilling tale so when they do die (always quite bloody) LIke some of the other reviewers of this film I love the black humor of this movie.Unlike alot of shot-on video movies this one looked more professional in tone and in plot-wise miles ahead of the usual slasher genre with it's idiotic teens and unstoppable killers.What makes this film work is how makers quietly let u enter it's twisted world and you discovers all of it's gruesome secrets. So if you want gory but well-made shocker join Dolores and Beeches and Jake Gerald and REST IN PEACE!

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