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Where the Dead Go to Die (2012)

Unrated | | Animation, Fantasy, Horror | February 2012 (USA)
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A troubled group of children living on the same block are haunted by a talking dog named Labby who brings them on surreal hell-rides between different dimensions and time periods.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ruby Larocca ... Sophia / Mom / Hooker / The Lady in the Well (voice)
Brandon Slagle ... The Man / Daddy (voice)
Joey Smack Joey Smack ... Ralph / Tommy's Dad / Legless War Vet (voice)
Victor Bonacore Victor Bonacore ... Smiling Man (voice)
Joshua Michael Greene Joshua Michael Greene ... Tommy (voice)
Linnea Quigley ... Sophia's Mom (voice)
M. dot Strange M. dot Strange ... Doctor (voice) (as M Dot Strange)
Trent Haaga ... Ralph's Dad (voice)
Devanny Pinn ... Ralph's Mom (voice)
Carlos Bonilla Carlos Bonilla ... Johnny / Shadow People (voice) (as C1B2)
Swift Treweeke Swift Treweeke ... Screaming (voice) (as Passenger of Shit)
Edward Bonacore Edward Bonacore ... Shadow People (voice)
Jennifer English Jennifer English ... Tommy's Mom - Liquid Memories (voice)
Violet Riot Violet Riot ... Fuzzy Bunny (voice)
Emily Youcis Emily Youcis ... Alfred Alfer (voice)


"Where the Dead Go To Die" revolves around a troubled group of children living on the same block. They are haunted by a talking dog named Labby who brings them on surreal hell-rides between different dimensions and time periods. On the night of a lunar eclipse he informs Tommy about the devil fetus living inside his mother. The same night he attempts to help Ralph court the girl across the street, who is an unwilling participant in her father's child porn tape trading ring. Add in a memory stealing junkie living inside an abandoned church and you have 90 minutes of pure mind melting insanity. Written by annoymus

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Ralph: I was lucky in a way, I suppose. I found the love of my life. But not the right time. By the time I found her, she was already broken beyond repair and nothing I say or do will ever change that. But at least I know she exists.
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Horribly Innovative
7 June 2016 | by Anthony MillerSee all my reviews

I'm not going to say that this is cinema for critics to rave about. I'm not even going to go as far as to say this is a sub par, or above average film; however, when it comes to "most disturbing films", this one packs the punch.

I'm not one to get creeped out or disturbed easily, so when I do find something interesting to say the least I usually run to my family and friends telling them about it. I enjoy seeing what others reactions are to films coined "most disturbing", but as far as this film; well, let's just say I won't be sitting on the couch with the folks watching this one. Where the Dead Go to Die is like a deep, dark secret, those who have seen the film may know what I mean when I say this. Basically, this is the type of movie you aren't going to recommend to your friends, you keep this one out of sight for anyone to see. Why? Because if your friends and family knew you say through this entire film without a gun to your head they may question your well being and may try and give you a nice prescription of Prozac. I've seen plenty of disturbing films, I like to think I've got a strong stomach. Maybe I'm just immune to the sickness, but I hardly ever find disturbing movies to be vulgar or downright disgusting. This one, however, is a bit different. From everything I've seen I truly believe this to be the most disturbing piece of cinema I have ever seen; I don't think any movie, not even classics like The Exorcist or A Clockwork Orange holds the slightest candlestick when it comes to disturbing, no, this film blows all others out of the water.

The plot? No idea. I've seen this film three times trying to understand it and I don't think I ever will. It's like watching every despicable act known to mankind on an acid trip. That's the best way I can describe it. As you've heard I'm sure the animation and voice overs are very poor and low quality. However, in my case, I found this to just add to the creepy atmosphere that this film has to offer. The character development is slow and never goes anywhere, but I don't really think it's supposed to. The bottom line of this plot is that terrible things happen to people and they will forever be effected by them.

As I said before, I wouldn't consider this film above average even, but it's something special. It's different and different is great. Different is a genre that triumphs over any other; this is why David Lynch and Stanley Kubrick are noted as some of the greatest directors of all time. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying the director, who goes by the name Jimmy ScreamerClauz, is going to be the director for a new generation, but what he did here was something you don't see everyday. I love innovation, and this horrid film is the definition of innovative and surreal. It's art. Some call it garbage, but even garbage can be art. Innovation and surrealism is art. Pushing the boundaries is artistic no matter how you look at it. Say what you want about this film, but you can't say it's not artistic because it is. Every work of cinema is art no matter how you look at it, and when it comes to abstract this film takes the cake.

Would I recommend this film to anyone? No. Do I like the movie? Absolutely. It's unique. I completely understand how people can hate this film, but I think this cinema should get recognition for crossing lines no other films have crossed.

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