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Unrest (2006)

Cast: Corri English, Joshua Alba, Scot Davis, more...
Director: Jason Todd Ipson
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Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Horror, Slashers, Zombies
Running Time: 84 min.

A first-year medical student discovers that death may not be as final as she once believed when the spirit of the cadaver assigned to her in Gross Anatomy class attempts to resolve some unfinished business in the mortal realm. When the sheet is drawn back and Alison's (Corri English) cadaver is revealed, the nervous student suddenly senses a powerful energy and collapses to the floor, unconscious. Upon relaying her strange experience to her skeptical instructor, Dr. Blackwell (Derrick O'Connor), Alison finds her strange malaise immediately written off as the "first year jitters." When Alison's friend is discovered dead in a basement corridor and the rising body count begins to appear strangely connected with her investigation into the cadaver's fate, the frightened medical student does her best to put the mystery, and the murderous spirit, to rest. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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Blah Horror by EmpressStephanie February 3, 2008 - 5:56 PM PST
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful
Nothing particularly good about this movie. The acting was bad, really bad. I really wanted the protagonist to die in an awful horrible way, preferably in real life so as to guarantee that she would never try to act again. If you get passed how annoying the main character is, you have a good concept for a horror movie. The basics are there- Brazil (which seems to be the "it" country for horror plots lately but um... as far as I know, the Aztecs didn't inhabit Brazil), an ancient disturbed burial ground, possession and you know, corpses - but - it all failed. All I managed to really understand was something about Aztecs and an archaeologist turned murderous prostitute. I didn't really get it. The main characters also do all the ridiculous things that ruin horror movies for me. Why would you ever swim in a vat of formaldehyde? Why are you flirting and having random married couple sex (not like the usual misplaced gratuitous sex in horror movies) when everyone around you is being offed by the archaeologist prostitute spirit thing? Why doesn't anyone in the hospital notice all the missing dead people? More importantly, why didn't anyone find it weird that the same people were always finding these dead people? No one seems freaked out in the least. I didn't hate the movie, I just thought it was a very sophomoric attempt at horror.

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Horrorfest: 8 Films to Die For (2006)
The Annual Horror Movie Festival by After Dark Films. This list is mostly for reference for horror fans to find all these movies in one place. Some of these movies are excellent but some of them are complete garbage. I'll update this list as I watch.

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