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The joy behind this film is right there in the old-time, exploitation-tinged title. Read full review
The movie goes out on a high, but until then, it plays almost like the pilot for a TV series. But it would be a GOOD TV series. Read full review
The jokes do wear thin, and the setup does too, but it’s nonetheless worth noting what a couple of crafty thieves can do with elbow grease, some spare change and the kind of deep movie love that never dies. Read full review
The result is smart, gruesome and inventive enough to more than please niche genre fans who are likely to spread the word to fellow admirers of gallows humor. Read full review
Antic horror comedy I Sell the Dead nods to the '60s Hammer heyday of fog-swirling Victorian chillers, as well as that period's penchant for teaming genre favorites (Boris Karloff, Basil Rathbone, Peter Lorre, etc.) in genial sendups. Read full review
Genre fans will definitely get off on I Sell the Dead, but outsiders might be less enthusiastic. Read full review
The storytelling frame allows a genial, ain't-it-cool pile-up of occasionally antic episodes. Read full review
Low-budget, grubby and gleeful, but with a nice sense of style and apparently an endless supply of dry ice. Points deducted, though, for a too-easy alien-corpse joke. Read full review
A sweet, splattery bit of in-jokery; if it’s not actually a good movie, on some level you have to admire the chutzpah of a film set in 1850s Ireland but shot on Staten Island. Read full review
The movie's not without charm -- the creature effects are fun and the mix of vampires, zombies (et al) is amusing. That's not enough to save it from the Curse of the Predictable Plot Twist and the Blight of the Creeping Shadows. Read full review
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