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The Revolting Dead (2003)

R | | Horror | Video 31 October 2003
The town of Tehachapi Falls is a bad place to die. The evil Crain family is opening every grave and robbing every corpse. But when they disturb the remains of an immortal Druid, he unleashes an army of Zombies to rise up and seek revenge.


Michael Su


Daniel Benton (story and screenplay), Michael Su (screenplay)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Shelley Delayne ... Marissa Drue
Aaron Gaffey ... Duke Malone
Bokahra Robinson Bokahra Robinson ... Millicent Crain
Michael Falls Michael Falls ... Cedric Crain
Lindsey Lofaso Lindsey Lofaso ... Betsy Crain
Benjamin Keepers ... Sonny Crain
Ashley Novak Ashley Novak ... Jenny Tate
Adam Vanderwielen ... Jebbie Dougal
Nika Nika ... Zeletta Dougal
Michael Addison Michael Addison ... Jimmy-Bob (as Michael Foley)
Stephanie Christine Medina Stephanie Christine Medina ... Lorena (as Stephanie Medina)
Chip Campbell Chip Campbell ... Sheriff Petit
Lou Klein Lou Klein ... Jonathan Drue
Chris Vose Chris Vose ... Big Pappy Dougal
Daniel Benton Daniel Benton ... Preacher


An immortal Druid priest unleashes the powers of the damned on a family of grave-robbing morticians who disturbed his eternal slumber. For decades, the Crain family has operated a successful funeral home in the quiet town of Tehachapi Falls. Little do the citizens of this secluded desert town realize that their local undertakers harbor a dark secret: when they're not burying the dead, the Crain's are robbing graves and refurbishing used caskets for the next unsuspecting customer. When the Crain's disturb the remains of Jonathan Drue, the powerful sister of the deceased Druid priest calls on the corpses of everyone who has ever been wronged by the family to rise up from their graves and seek supernatural revenge. Written by Anonymous

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When the dead are disturbed, no one will rest in peace.



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Rated R for violence/gore, sexual content and language

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Pathetic and Souless
9 October 2005 | by iarepacmanSee all my reviews

I can get past bad film making on a low budget, it happens, but the way this film blatantly tried to horn in on other film's commercial success' is astounding. The film itself, is a college level attempt at absolute best, the acting is sub par, and the zombie make-ups are atrocious. So much so, that on the back of the DVD box cover, there is a darkened image from the film Return of the Living Dead 2!!! Hows that for a blatant rip off! There is no lucid plot, and the attempts at humour are so bad, that I'm not even sure if they -were- attempting to be funny. Its not even funny on a "so bad its good" level. Its just plain bad all around. Avoid this hackey piece of trash at all costs!

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31 October 2003 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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1.78 : 1
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