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Despite the assertion in this movie, the Day of the Dead (Dia de los muertos) is observed on the Catholic All Souls Day which is November 2nd, not November 1st (the 1st is actually All Saints Day). See more »
I saw this film at San Francisco's Indy Fest. The story takes place in a mysterious Mexican village during three time periods - the 1800's, 1950's, and present day. The zombie attacks in the 1950's are hysterical. We need more zombie period films! There are a couple of groaners, but it's really fun. Danny Trejo appears as the lead heavy and creeped the crap out of me. David Keith and Jeffrey Combs knock it out of the park. The young cast from the present day sequence is pretty standard, but the bitchy cheerleader steals the show. The filmmakers spoke at the end of the festival and said they shot the film in 17 days. Pretty cool what they accomplished.
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