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Dead List (2018)

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Calvin is competing with five other actors for the lead in a major Hollywood movie. Stopping at nothing, he uses a demonic book of curses on the actors, each bringing to life a monster that kills in their own unique and terrifying way.

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Holden Andrews (screenplay), Holden Andrews (story) | 6 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Holden Andrews ... Karl
Nick Bandera Nick Bandera ... Scott (as Nick Franchik)
Lauren Compise Lauren Compise ... Backseat Girl
Alexandra Costa Alexandra Costa ... Veronika (voice)
Erin Darling ... News Reporter
Alixzandra Dove ... Casting Director
Josh Eichenbaum Josh Eichenbaum ... Bob
Matt Fowler ... Zander
Brad Gage ... Sam (voice)
Lindsey Grubbs ... Alice
Rob Healy Rob Healy ... Kush
Alexandra Corin Johnston ... Courtney (as Alexandra Johnston)
Victor Mathieu ... Police Officer #2 (voice)
Eric Pierce ... Jason
Jamal Quezaire Jamal Quezaire ... Zander #2
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Calvin is competing with five other actors for the lead in a major Hollywood movie. Stopping at nothing, he uses a demonic book of curses on the actors, each bringing to life a monster that kills in their own unique and terrifying way.

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monster | See All (1) »

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Pray you're not on it.

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Comedy | Horror

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Since 2001, vehicle manufacturers have been required to install an emergency interior trunk release handle in enclosed trunks. When activated, the trunk opens immediately. Since Karl's car is clearly from a year following 2001, Jason could have easily gotten out himself if he wanted to. Instead, he keeps shouting to let him out. See more »

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References The Twilight Zone (1959) See more »

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Snowman Joe
Music by Victor Mathieu and Bobby Brader
Lyrics by Victor Mathieu
Vocals by Victor Mathieu
Synths by Bobby Brader
Saxophone by Thomas Kresge
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I'll meet you in the middle
10 April 2019 | by detour1945See all my reviews

To balance out the 1-star and 10-star reviews, a little extreme on both ends, I'm giving it a 6/10.

Uneven effort, but technically accomplished, with decent acting all around.

The story had potential, but I think the "gimmick" of having the five deaths written and directed by five different people (treating it almost like an anthology) didn't quite gel.

Some of the deaths sequences were written and handled quite well, while a couple were a little too jumbled and felt like they belonged in another picture.

Overall, however, an admirable independent effort.


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1 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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