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Dead Creatures, a review by addicted2dvd

     Dead Creatures (2001/United Kingdom)
IMDb |Trailer |
MTI Home Video
Director:Andrew Parkinson
Writing:Andrew Parkinson (Writer)
Length:88 min.
Rating:Rated R : Violence/Gore, Language, Sexuality/Nudity and Drug Use
Video:Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, Commentary: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo

Beverly Wilson as Jo
Antonia Beamish as Ann
Brendan Gregory as Reece
Anna Swift as Sian
Bart Ruspoli as Christian
Fiona Carr as Zoe

In the center of a large and unknowing city, a group of young women huddle together in a small apartment, tending to a sick friend whose skin is rotting to the bone. These women have been cursed with a secret malady that has made them members of an urban subculture, where their only way of survival is to continually feed on humans. They have been forced to abandon their once normal lives to now prowl the dark streets and alleyways in search of their next victim. But these hunters are also being hunted. There is a mysterious man walking these same streets, who will stop at nothing until they are abolished - one by one.

Welcome to the doomed universe of Andrew Parkinson's Dead Creatures.

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My Thoughts:
While it has it's moments... I really couldn't get into this one. I found it to be both slow and a bit on the strange side. Half the time I had no idea where they were going in the story. But that could be because I found my attention wandering early into the film. But I did feel the film has potential. Maybe it will be better to me if I give it another chance and this time make sure I pay a bit more attention to it.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From Weekend Movie Marathon: Last Chance Horror on August 10th, 2012)

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House of Wax (2005), a review by snowcat

(From Emma's Film Reviews (snowcat) on October 18th, 2009)

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The IT Crowd: Version 3.0 - (mini) marathon, a review by Achim

6. Calendar Geeks
When repairing some computer on the 7th floor Roy agree to help with a charity; for boss-eyedness, of which one of the colleagues brothers suffers. For the charity they agree to create a nude calendar, but obviously things don't turn out as Roy had hoped... A nice conclusion of this series/season with the show going out in top form. Not the best of the bunch but a great one.

(From The IT Crowd: Version 3.0 - (mini) marathon on July 31st, 2009)