Dead Pet 2001 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I grant you humor is subjective. I really did not find this film
to be funny. It is an ultra low budget film and looks it. I did
not find any of the acting or story to be special in any way. The
misleading picture of one of the main characters done up as a
dominatrix is not indicative of that character(or of any of the story line) in the film. Her character appears that way in the briefest throwaway joke scene. Yet, that is what the distributors want to showcase on the cover. I like dark comedy and there are certainly low budget gems out there, I just do not think this is one of them.
If you like low budget regional films about slackers, you might
like this. Otherwise, save your money.
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