|DEAD MATE (GRAVEROBBERS) (director/writer: Straw Weisman; cinematographer: Anghel Deca; editor: Michael Spence; music: Katherine Quittner; cast: Elizabeth Mannino (Nora), David Gregory (John Henry Cox), Adam Wahl (Evan Matthews), Lawrence Bockius (Sheriff Porter), Judith Mayes (Emmaline Strickland), Kevein Scullin (Rev. Collins), Kelvin Keraga (Morley the Chauffeur), Kathleen Margo (Cicely Matthews); Runtime: 93; MPAA Rating: R; producer: Lew Mishkin; Prism (Video Kart); 1988)|
|"The low-budget horror/comedy is a
sicko film, that's fit for the dead."
by Dennis Schwartz
Straw Weisman ("Trunk"/"Man of the
Year"/"American Beach House") aims low and gets there.
The acting is terrible, the dialogue bad, the jokes are lame and the story line is stupid. The low-budget horror/comedy is a sicko film, that's fit for the dead.
REVIEWED ON 3/16/2016 GRADE: C-
Dennis Schwartz: "Ozus' World Movie Reviews"
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