Mandao (Man-Day-Oh) of the Dead is about an unambitious guy named Jay Mandao who lives frugally off his late father's cereal royalties. He wants nothing more than to live in solitude, but is duped into taking in his adult nephew-in-law, Jackson. As Halloween approaches, Jay begins having odd dreams, and comes to find that he has the ability of astral projection. Jay and Jackson are approached by a ghost who has a small window of opportunity to reverse his death at the hands of Jackson's murderous ex-girlfriend.Written by
Gina Gomez and Scott Dunn
I am addicted to indie films, although not all indies are created equal. My husband and I watched this movie and were pleasantly surprised.
The plot was original and had a few twist and turns which I'm am not going to divulge. You will need to see the movie to see what happens.
The characters were fun, funny, with great chemistry, and believable. The music is original and had some catchy tunes. The quality of the film was pretty good and didn't seem like a low budget film. I recommend watching this horror/comedy, you won't regret it!
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this