Dead and Breakfast

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Released 2004

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Director:
Matthew Leutwyler
Released:
2004
Rating:
R

Dead and Breakfast is a 2004 horror spoof about a group of twenty-somethings who decide to spend the night in the middle of a backwoods village while on their way to a friend's (Portia De Rossi) wedding. They check into the only place to lodge in town, a bed and breakfast run by strange old man, Mr. Wise (David Carradine). After a night's sleep, the group wakes to find both Wise and the head chef (Diedrich Bader) killed. They call the local sheriff (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), who forces the group to stay in the town while he conducts his investigation. Eventually, while rooting around the B&B, a few members of the group find a mysterious box owned by Wise. Although they are warned not open it by local gas station attendant Randall Keith Randall (Zach Selwyn), they open it anyway, unleashing a torrent of dark forces in the town. Will these young people be able to get out of this town alive? Dead and Breakfast is written and directed by Matthew Leutwyler.

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  • 75

    New York Post Russell Scott Smith

    A goofy, low-budget, predictable and totally entertaining Z-grade splatter-comedy, which deserves a long life (or, should we say, undeath) on the college midnight-movie circuit.

  • 30

    The New York Times Anita Gates

    Not a shred of suspense enlivens the proceedings, and the movie's idea of humor is having a man slip and slide on a floor covered in blood.

  • 30

    Variety Dennis Harvey

    Offers plenty of splat with its slapstick. But this strenuous zombie yukfest is no more sophisticated than its nail-on-head title -- making it a joke no smarter than the movies it ...

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    Comedy, Horror, Suspense

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    Supernatural, B-Movie Horror, Dark Comedy