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I Dug My Grave and Walked Away
Written by David Isbister (SOCAN), Alan Calimbas (SOCAN), Michael Mestrovic (SOCAN), Brandon Lazenby (SOCAN)
Used by permission of David Isbister (SOCAN), Alan Calimbas (SOCAN), Michael Mestrovic (SOCAN), Brandon Lazenby (SOCAN) and Doug Naugler (SOCAN)
Performed by Mass Undergoe
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I've just seen this movie at the Fantasy Filmfest in Berlin and was totally surprised of the high quality. I thought this would be "just another" horror comedy you would forget instantly after leaving the cinema, but with the fantastic acting of Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine, the funny story and great effects, it works as well with the backwood slasher genre as "Shaun of the Dead" did with zombies. The crowd in the cinema went totally crazy about this film, they applauded and cheered throughout the film and after the first positive reviews by bloggers the screenings in Munich for example were sold out in just three hours after starting the pre-selling. Totally recommendable, and I really hopes this movie makes it to the cinemas worldwide.
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