Dead & Rotting (2002) - Horror, Mystery

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Three prankster buddies release the wrath of an aged witch, Abigail, when they unwittingly become accomplices to the murder of her son. Scheming in anger, the witch seduces the three ...

IMDB: 4.1
Director: David P. Barton
Stars: Stephen O'Mahoney, Tom Hoover
Length: 72 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 6 out of 39 found boring (15.38%)

One-line Reviews (23)

It mixes a lot of strange stuff and dark comedy together to create something that I thought was totally original and entertaining.

Enjoyable Low Budget Horror .

Barton relates the enjoyable story at a snappy pace, offers a nice evocation of the sleepy small town setting, and ably crafts a fun spooky ooga-booga atmosphere.

But it was entertaining.

I was tremendously disappointed at how conventional and predictable the ending was.

Very Entertaining and a cool plot.

A bit weird yet entertaining.

I know this movie looks like it was made for 5 dollars but i really enjoyed it and if your high or just have a good sense of humor you will probably enjoy this movie.

I start to fall asleep already.

Original and entertaining joint venture between Full Moon and Tempe.

The move was well worth the watch.

########The plot was very entertaining.

I could name tons of "B-Horror Films" that are more professional and entertaining than this piece of garbage.

D&R's main problem is a script that is too slow with nothing new or inventive for the genre.

Three guys incur the wrath of lethal old hag witch Abigail (a solid performance by Barbara Katz-Norrod), who transforms herself into a beautiful young woman (genre fave Debbie Rochon in fine sexy and intense form) so she can seduce and kill all of them.

Anyone who starts there review with worst movie ever shouldn't be allowed to write reviews because they haven't watched very many movies.

This Full Moon release or shall I say Shadow Entertainment is one of the most entertaining of it's recent releases.

It features amateur night direction and F/X and bores to no end.

Dead & Rotting is an enjoyable and original trashterpiece that mixes small town paranoia with spooky atmosphere and some nasty turns and twists.

As an overall movie, "Dead & Rotting" is rather entertaining and I would go so far as to call it a hidden gem as far as low budget horror goes.

This is a boring, poorly directed, filmed and acted movie, with bad cameramen, awful dialogue and a worse special effects budget.

Barbara Katz-Norrod did a stunning job as the witch and I don't think that Debbie Rochon has ever been better in her whole career.

The story is silly (and full of VERY obvious lapses in logic and general coherence), the photography is terrible, the direction is bland and devoid of imagination and the make-up is pretty average.