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Shed of the Dead is a movie starring Spencer Brown, Lauren Socha, and Ewen MacIntosh. A nerd spends his time at an allotment shed away from his wife. When the zombie apocalypse begins, he and his nerdy friend try to make it through...

Genres
Horror, Comedy
Director
Drew Cullingham
Starring
Lauren Socha, Spencer Brown, Ewen MacIntosh, Emily Booth

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Product details

Genres Horror, Comedy
Director Drew Cullingham
Writer Drew Cullingham
Stars Lauren Socha, Spencer Brown, Ewen MacIntosh, Emily Booth
Country UK
Runtime 1 h 22 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A nerd spends his time at an allotment shed away from his wife. When the zombie apocalypse begins, he and his nerdy friend try to make it through and save the wife and her cute friend.

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Friday, 13 Nov 2020 10:19

A ghost-slaying movie based on a comic book, 'Deathstalker: The Shredder' is a delight to the eyes and a delight to the ears. From the first scene, 'Deathstalker: The Shredder' is a laugh riot, and a lot of fun to watch. The movie is set in the present, with a group of friends going to a Halloween party at a haunted mansion. The problem with the place is that it's the site of a long-forgotten murder that was committed by a psychopath named the Shredder. The party is going to be thrown by a group of strangers who want to rid the house of the killer and also want to clean up the town. While the party is happening, the Shredder and his gang are also at the party, and soon the murder is committed. The problem is, the killer is someone with a 'real' face and is not human, so it's up to the heroes to try and stop him. This movie is an excellent movie, and the acting is superb. There are some very funny moments in the movie, and some great lines too. The best scene in the movie is when the Shredder attacks the police. He is extremely scary, and there is a really great scene when he tells the police officer, "I'm not a man, I'm a vampire!" This scene is one of the best parts of the movie, and the whole movie is very scary. The villains are all great, especially the psychopathic Shredder. I really like how the movie is set in the present. It makes the movie more realistic. I think the movie is also very funny. I don't know what it is, but the movie has a great sense of humor. There are a lot of funny scenes in the movie, and there are some really funny moments too. There are also some very scary scenes, and the movie has a great sense of humor. The movie is a great horror/comedy, and I think it's one of the best horror movies ever made.
Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 02:30

There are certain films that have the potential to ruin a career, but sometimes the potential is too good to pass up. This is one of those films. This film, "Hangman's Curse" is a gory, satirical, and twisted homage to the British Hammer Horror films of the 1940's and 1950's. The plot of the film follows an ordinary British farm family as they are all subjected to a serial killer who takes over the bodies of the dead and begins killing them off one by one. The plot begins with the father, who is a hunter, having the perfect hunting day, but soon is informed by his son, that the killer is not returning his bodies. This is when the hunt is on. With the help of a fellow hunter, and his friends, they must find a way to stop the killer before he can kill them all. This film is not for the faint of heart, it's dark, but it is also bloody and gory, and I think that is the mark of a good horror film. I think the best part of this film is the performances of the cast, especially the lead actor, Colin Baker, who is phenomenal as the lead character. The script is brilliant, I can't really explain it, but it is an example of the British Hammer Horror style. I think the best thing about this film is that it is not just a tribute to the Hammer Horror films of the 40's and 50's, it is a tribute to the British Horror films of the 70's, 80's and 90's. I think it is very underrated, but it is a great film and a must see. I highly recommend this film, I give it an 8 out of 10.


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