Saturday, August 14, 2010


Dead And Breakfast Movie Review

A group of friends on their way to a wedding spend a night at a bed and breakfast in a town that is soon overrun by zombies. To call this a comedy-horror is a bit of a stretch as it actually comes off as a straight comedy that happens to have zombies and a ton of gore. I really wanted to like this movie, but I found myself unable to really get into it. There are some funny moments, such as the running gag of the guy singing throughout, but the comedy gets really old really quick, and you are left with little else.

He's bored too

The acting was pretty disappointing considering some of the people involved (Jeremy Sisto, David Carradine, Diedrich Bader) with the one bright spot being Portia de Rossi (Arrested Development, Better Off Ted), but do not watch this with any expectation of seeing much of her; she’s in the film for about a minute, albeit an explosive minute. Some of the death scenes are really creative, so that is another bright spot here. The directing is really bad and at times you wonder what director Matthew Leutwyler was thinking. This is a so-so film with some really good stuff in it but a lot of really bad stuff to sit through to get to it.

On A Scale Of One To Ten: 6

Dead And Breakfast Movie Trailer

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