A shy nurse is bitten by a zombie and becomes a flesh eating sex kitten. GRAVEYARD ALIVE is a cross between 1920's German Expressionism and 1960's B-horror films. Shot in and around the Montreal area, this is Bastard Amber Production's first full-length feature. The story follows Patsy, a lonely, dreamy nurse who, after being bitten by a zombie, becomes a sex-kitten. With her newfound powers, she tries to win back her old flame, the suave and handsome Dr. Dox, from Goodie , a bitchy young nurse. As the film progresses, Patsy must also learn to deal with her new affliction and to live her life, no longer in her romantic dream world, but in a harsher yet ultimately more satisfying reality. Shot in Techniscope with a 1:2.35 aspect ratio, an old process used in many 1960's films such as Dario Argento's "The Cat O' Nine Tails", GRAVEYARD ALIVE promises to invigorate the horror genre stylistically as well as with its audacious and thought-provoking content.
Juan Carlos G (gb) wrote: really awesome movie one of my favorites so far
Miguel R (fr) wrote: It appears that Haute Cuisine focused too much on making the audience hungry and forgot about the message it was trying to portray
Cedric L (br) wrote: Dancing replaces the importance of story and character development.
Jenny B (nl) wrote: One of Luke Goss greate movies,see it you dont think it would end like it does
Jonathan H (ru) wrote: Sad, but good movie. Glad I watched it. Was worth it, but it isn't a movie I could watch over and over.
Jess L (us) wrote: One of my all time favourite movies written by JJ Abrams this screenplay is divine. With amazing performances from Harrison Ford and Annette Bening this is a touching story of rediscovering love.
Bernie M (mx) wrote: Very unique and bizarre with some dark humour
Alex B (de) wrote: Better, and more original, than Borat (or Flight of the Conchords).
Oliver B (kr) wrote: Raw, realistic and brutal. Ray Winstone ain't no puff. He's "the daddy" here.
Rebecca P (de) wrote: One of the best movies of all time. A must see for everyone, especially children. It has humor, suspense, drama, love and faith. Parents are portrayed as intelligent and guiding kids to be what they can.