A road trip rolls through a small town where the line between the dead and the living has become a bit problematic in this horror parody. A handful of twentysomethings are driving to Galveston, TX, in an RV to attend the wedding of a close friend. After a long day on the road, the travelers find themselves in a tiny town called Lovelock, where the only available accommodations are at a bed and breakfast run by the eccentric Mr. Wise (David Carradine). One of the kids, Johnny (Oz Perkins), notices that Mr. Wise is carefully looking after a small box; curious about its contents, Johnny opens it, only to unleash a torrent of evil spirits who turn the local rednecks into bloodthirsty creatures hovering somewhere between life and death. Dead & Breakfast features supporting performances by Portia de Rossi, Diedrich Bader, Jeremy Sisto, and David Carradine's daughter Ever Carradine; co-star Oz Perkins is also the offspring of a well-known actor, Anthony Perkins.
Widescreen presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 tvs; Audio commentary with writer/director Matthew Leutwyler, special effects supervisor Michael Mosher and actors Erik Palladini and Zach Selwyn; Audio commentary with writer/director Matthew Leutwyler and actord Ever Carradine, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Erik Palladino and Oz Perkins; Bloopers; Deleted & extended scenes; Trailers; Poster/still gallery
Disc #1 -- Dead and Breakfast 1. Main Titles [3:05] 2. Lost [5:16] 3. A Place to Stay [6:28] 4. Hunger Pains [4:17] 5. No Exit [6:20] 6. Suspect [5:32] 7. Johnny Be Bad [8:06] 8. Massacre at the Hoedown [8:39] 9. The Demon Idol [5:55] 10. They're Here! [4:29] 11. Dancing Dead [6:10] 12. The Blood on the Stairs [:44] 13. David Does Death [2:57] 14. Dead and Breakfast [5:59] 15. Good Riddance! [4:59] 16. End Credits [4:09]
Disc #1 -- Dead and Breakfast Chapter Selections Extras Trailer Commentaries Audio Setup: Dolby Digital 5.1 Audio Setuo: Dolby Surround 2.0 Commentary With Writer/Director Matthew Leutwyler, Special Effects Supervisor Michael Mosher and actors Erik Palladino and zach Selwyn Commentary With Writer/Director Matthew Leutwyler, and Actors Ever Carradine, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Erik Palladino and Oz Perkins Deleted & Extended Scenes Blooper Reel Additional Music Poster & Still Gallery Also on DVD Man With the Screaming Brain All Souls Day It Waits Audio Setup Dolbu Digital 5.1 Dolby Surround 2.0 Commentary With Writer/Director Matthew Leutwyler, Special Effects Supervisor Michael Mosher and actors Erik Palladino and Zach Selwyn Commentary With Writer/Director Matthew Leutwyler, and Actors Ever Carradine, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Erik Palladino and Oz Perkins Play
Dead & Breakfast 5 out of 5based on
More than 1 year ago
While not entierly a zombie film in the traditional sense, it is well worth the watch and even more worth the purchase. The writing in this movie is very well done and very funny. Every character is enjoyable to watch and because the overall tone of the film is geared towards humor you really won't feel too distraught when some of them meet their end. If you are a fan of gore you will not be disappointed as there is a beheading or two as well as buckets and buckets of that red stuff we all love. This is a quirky indie film and you are hurting yourself if you do no watch this little gem. It shows that there is still plenty of life in the zombie genre and that is never a bad thing.