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I Sell the Dead

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy, Horror
Release Date:August 7, 2009
Running time:85 minutes
Cast:Dominic Monaghan, Ron Perlman, Larry Fessenden, Angus Scrimm, John Speredakos
Director:Glenn McQuaid
Producer:Larry Fessenden
Writer:Glenn McQuaid
Distributor:IFC Films

Web Site: http://isellthedead.com/

Description: Body snatchers Arthur Blake and Willie Grimes have pillaged their last grave. With just five hours before Arthur follows Willie to the chopping block, he recounts his life story to Father Francis Duffy. It soon becomes clear that Blake and Grimes are no ordinary grave robbers. And through Arthur's story the priest learns that not all corpses are equal.

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