Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|I'll Bury You Tomorrow|
Actors: Zoe Daelman Chlanda, Bill Corry, Katherine O'Sullivan, Jerry Murdock, Kristen Overdurf
Director: Alan Rowe Kelly
Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
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"That place is a freak magnet."
Dymon Enlow | 09/07/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Morbidly interesting story about a semi-foxy blonde homicidal maniac with a pension for making sweet love to corpses who gets a job at a small town funeral parlor that already happens to be home to a few wackos, including one organ stealing psycho who looks like a cross between Henry Rollins and Stan Ross in THE PRIVATE EYES!!! Wow.
Not wall-to-wall psychotic gore like I was hoping but it does have it's moments like somebody being strangled with another person's intestines - haven't seen that since RICKY-OH. The biggest drawback is the 119 minutes running time. That's too long, trim off 20 minutes of unneeded talking, up the outrageousness and this would have been a minor cult favorite.
First time writer-director-actor-producer Alan Rowe Kelly appears to be a promising new talent in horror movies. I can't wait to see what he does next. Hopefully he doesn't sell out and if anything goes even more over the top. It worked for PINK FLAMINGOS, DEAD ALIVE and EVIL DEAD 2.
Breath of embalming powder!
Robert B. Martin | San Marcos, Ca United States | 03/20/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This movie has it all. Necro-love, murder mayhem, gore, decent acting, and a creepy feel. Great flick!"
K.B. | Princeton, NJ USA | 11/08/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Talk about a totally wacked-out flick... a horror film fan friend of mine recommended this one to me and told me to be ready for a wild ride and he was right.
Bodysnatching, bizzare characters, twisted murders, revenge, necrophilia, blood, more twisted characters and more of everything.
If you are a horror flick afficianato you should check out this flick."
A+ Independent Effort.
K.B. | 07/03/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I think you have to really love independent films to really appreciate a movie like I'LL BURY YOU TOMORROW. It's movies like this that really takes chances and is not afraid to tell a good, disgusting story. The problem with most horror movies these days is the fact that they are so predictable and seem to use the same scary tricks again and again. Independent movies seem to get cheaper and cheaper, and production values go down. It's easy to find independent horror, but hard to find a good one like I'LL BURY YOU TOMORROW.
Like all independent movies, this is not a perfect film. It's a little long, rough editing, and there is some hammy acting and emoting. But, this is a good movie, folks. I guess these rough edges give it its charm. It's not perfect, but I like that. I'm the kind of guy that likes to see creativity on the screen. If the filmakers able able to pull it off, I will always enjoy it.
I'LL BURY YOU TOMORROW is a different kind of horror film. It doesn't rely on slashers, vampires or zombies or any other cliches. Its a dark tale of graverobbing in a small town. When a girl moves into the local funeral home for work, she brings all her dark secrets with her. This movie then exposes its many layers by unfolding a bunch of events that will surely involve everyone who falls into the path of the girl (Dolores) and the graverobbers (Jake and Corey).
The story had a lot of cool twists and turns, and kept me wondering just what was going to happen next. I was even fooled a couple times. Just a fresh kind of movie. I was glad catching this after I have read so much about it. If you like good independent movies, (warts and all) this is going to make you happy.
The extras disappointed me a little bit. Where is the commentary? I would have liked to hear from the director and actors what it was like making this thing. The three trailers were pretty good. There is an OK blooper reel, and 19 (!!!) deleted scenes. For a two hour movie, that seems like quite a bit. All in all the picture looks pretty good and the sound is clear as a bell. Foor lovers of independent horror movies, give I'LL BURY YOU TOMORROW a look."