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Dead Body Man (2004)

A man is told by god (from his closet) to murder bad people, & cook and serve their bodies to the local homeless shelter. He also finds a weekly support group for serial killers in this horror comedy.

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Ryan Cavalline

Writer:

Ryan Cavalline
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Eddie Benevich Eddie Benevich ... Willie
Peter Blessel Peter Blessel ... Ed
Desiree Desiree ... Porn Star (as Desi)
Syn DeVil Syn DeVil ... Car Victim
Jessica Lynn Baum Jessica Lynn Baum ... The Sadness (as Jessica Baum)
Curt Preston Curt Preston ... The Anger
Tom Kelly Tom Kelly ... Porn Stud
Jake Shannon Jake Shannon ... Pizza Dude
Pam Kopp Pam Kopp ... Hooker 1
Danielle Donahue ... Hooker 2
John Pierce John Pierce ... Unknown Guy
Adam Berasi Adam Berasi ... Job Finder
Kirk Bauer Kirk Bauer ... Ed's Victim
Angie Guido Angie Guido ... Apartment Victim
Rick Kralia Rick Kralia ... Troy
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A man is told by god (from his closet) to murder bad people, & cook and serve their bodies to the local homeless shelter. He also finds a weekly support group for serial killers in this horror comedy.

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Get Right With God!!!!!!!!
29 July 2006 | by indytaxmanSee all my reviews

This film takes a profound look at not just one of the great questions in life, but two. First off is just how far does one go to "get right with God." In Dead Body Man the answer is pretty damn far. The second great question presented is "Am I my brothers keeper?" On second thought maybe that should be "he ain't heavy, he's my brother." In any event Willie, the films main character, comes across as a loving, feeling human being trapped in a sicko, psycho's body. This film is also noteworthy for its stunning cinematography and creative wardrobe. Made just two years ago it is already considered a cult classic. Very well done. Warning: Some slight fowl language (chicken, turkey, etc.) and a few scenes of violence. Don't show it to the grandkids but watch it when ever you are alone. It gets funnier every time I watch it.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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4th Floor Pictures See more »
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