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The Boneyard (1991)

Children turned into zombies wreak havoc in a coroner's building with just a burned-out psychic, an experienced cop and two coroners to stop the madness.

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Jersey Callum
Deborah Rose ...
Alley Oates
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Shepard
James Eustermann ...
Gordon Mullin
Denise Young ...
Dana
Willie Stratford Jr. ...
Marty
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Miss Poopinplatz
Robert Yun Ju Ahn ...
Chen
Rick Brophy ...
Mac
Sallie Middleton Kaltreider ...
Little Ghoul / Dead Girl
Janice Dever ...
Medium Ghoul
Cindy Dollar-Smith ...
Big Ghoul
Michael Haun ...
Brian Ahn ...
Dead Child #2
Jessica Lasher ...
Dead Child #3
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Children turned into zombies wreak havoc in a coroner's building with just a burned-out psychic, an experienced cop and two coroners to stop the madness.

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Rated R for zombie violence. | See all certifications »
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12 June 1991 (USA)  »

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A Maldição do Necrotério  »

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Writer/Director James Cummins reportedly wrote the part of Gordon Mullen with actor James Eustermann in mind for the roll. See more »

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References The Munsters (1964) See more »

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Brave Heart
Written by Katherine Anne Porter & Dale Laduke & Bill Lorentzen
Performed by Rick Riso
Copyright Switchblade Music, All Right Reserved
Produced by Jean Paul Salvatore
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Breathtakingly dull
27 September 2014 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

I was almost an hour in and gave up. This is without a doubt one of the dullest, unnecessarily loquacious, poorly edited, and cripplingly paced movies I've seen in any genre, let alone horror/comedy. If it got better, I didn't care.

There is only one good scene in the first half, and that is when Alley encounters the dead child. That's it.

The score by John Lee Whitener is pretty good, despite the already clichéd delay-fall-away sounds. Either he vowed to never work on another film after this or changed his name.

So, in sum, not remotely funny, not remotely scary...reach for the remote.


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