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I'll Bury You Tomorrow (2002)

Is there love after death? The small rural community of Port Oram can answer that. When deranged young Dolores Finley (Zoë Daelman Chlanda) appears out of nowhere to begin work at the ... See full summary »

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Alan Rowe Kelly

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Alan Rowe Kelly
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Zoe Daelman Chlanda Zoe Daelman Chlanda ... Dolores Finley
Bill Corry Bill Corry ... Percival Beech
Katherine O'Sullivan ... Nettie Beech
Jerry Murdock Jerry Murdock ... Jake / Mitch Geraldi
Kristen Overdurf Kristen Overdurf ... Ellen Gallagher
Renee West Renee West ... Tina Clark
Alan Rowe Kelly ... Corey Nichols
P.J. Mehaffey P.J. Mehaffey ... Eddie Gallagher
Michael Valentino Michael Valentino ... Train station attendent
Tina Kay Tina Kay ... Mrs. Clark
Sandra Schaller Sandra Schaller ... Sandra Clark
Karenann Sinocchi Karenann Sinocchi ... Edwina Wilkes
Austin Sears Austin Sears ... Dr. Gross
Rick Zahn ... Client / Lt. Scallpone
Mia Demarco Mia Demarco ... Shana, the stripper
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Is there love after death? The small rural community of Port Oram can answer that. When deranged young Dolores Finley (Zoë Daelman Chlanda) appears out of nowhere to begin work at the Beech's Funeral Home, the local mortuary soon becomes more than just a quiet place of rest. Dolores' passion for cadavers gives new meaning to the phrase "disturbing the peace". Written by Alan Rowe Kelly <alanrowekelly@yahoo.com

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USA

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English

Release Date:

17 June 2002 (USA) See more »

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$980,000 (estimated)
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Won Best Feature awards at the 2002 Telluride Indiefest, the 2002 New York Independent Film & Video Film Festival, the 2003 Key West Indiefest, and the Gore-Gore Award 2002 Festival of the Macabre See more »

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The Boy Who Cried Bossa
Written & Performed by Tom Burns
2002 Really Horrible Music
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29 June 2005 | by jsmith-99See all my reviews

this is a campy, gory, horror film classic with GREAT performances, high tension, and gruesome disembowelments. a real crowd pleaser. the cast is great all around, and the soap opera that plays bullion to the graphic bloody stew is entertaining and compelling. it all leads up to a highly entertaining climax, so hang on to your seats, its a bumpy, bloody ride! In I'll Bury You Tomorrow, Alan Rowe Kelly introduces us to a wicked array of decedent and deceptive characters with hidden secrets and agenda's that lead them to a final confrontation. as the body count mounts, the tension builds, and the characters morph from good to evil, victim to villain and most of the time living to dead! look for stand out performances by the leads - Zoe and Jerry, and a lively cameo by Alan himself. full of quotable quotes and memorable images that will shock and entertain.


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