The Gravedancers

The Gravedancers

DVD - 2007
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"After a drunken night of dancing on graves, a group of friends are haunted by three havoc-minded ghosts bent on revenge."--Container.
Publisher: [Santa Monica, Calif.] : Lions Gate Entertainment ; [Toronto] : distributed in Canada by Maple Pictures, c2007.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 96 min.) :,Dolby digital sd., col. ;,12 cm.
Alternative Title: Grave dancers [dvd]


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Apr 05, 2014

One of the better of the horrorfest flicks. There are times when you roll your eyes and do the "that wouldn't happen" headshake, but the story is rather strong and fairly original. Acting not bad either.

Oct 16, 2012


Badgertg Aug 02, 2012

A brilliant premise: three drunken friends dance on three graves, and are subsequently haunted by the three evil souls interred therein (an axe-murderess, a sexual sadist and a child pyromaniac, respectively). I had high hopes for this movie, and was saddened to see it ruined by poor plotting, feeble dialogue and incredibly bad special effects. Let me put it this way: normally, you'd be scared if you saw a dead little boy walking towards you in a cloud of fire, grinning evilly, right? Well, what if he looked more like a fat midget in a rubber zombie suit, as he does in this movie? No? Well, how about an axe-wielding ghost... who floats towards you slowly, on tiptoes? Sound scary? Didn't think so. This movie could have been WAY better. Don't watch it. Just read the blurb and imagine the story in your head; it'll be much cooler that way.

real_thing Sep 06, 2011

this is funny its what u drunks would do


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Oct 16, 2012

Sid Vance: "You just can't find good paranormal help these days."

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