The Dead Can’t Dance – USA, 2010 – reviews

 
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‘The first ones here will be the last to leave!’

The Dead Can’t Dance is a 2010 American comedy horror feature film written, directed by and starring Rodrick Pocowatchit (Red Hand). The Harmy Films production also stars Guy Ray Pocowatchit, T.J. Williams and Randall Aviks.

Plot:

Three Native Americans discover they are somehow immune to a virus that’s turning everyone else into zombies…

Reviews [click links to read more]:

” …it’s definitely not a horrible film but rather a pretty decent zombie flick. I’m sure some Native Americans might find it a little racist, especially when they mention Natives being alcoholics. However, I had a fun time with it and I encourage any zombie fan to check it out some time.” Rick Romanowski, Buy Zombie

“With laugh out loud witticisms and thought-provoking discussions, you realize that after all that Native American’s have survived, the zombies won’t stand a chance. The truth of the story offers a poignant and sweetly poetic twist that leaves you feeling content.” Stolen Nation

The Dead Can’t Dance is currently available to stream via Amazon Prime.

Cast and characters:

  • Rodrick Pocowatchit … Dax Wildhorse
  • Guy Ray Pocowatchit … Ray Wildhorse
  • T.J. Williams … Eddie Wildhorse
  • Randall Aviks … Clooney
  • Wade Hampton … Stupid zombie
  • Christopher Arena … Scary Zombie (as Sir Christopher)
  • Anthony Caster … Skateboard Zombie
  • Joshua Cates … Zombie That Gets Stabbed
  • Zachary Cates … Zombie That Gets Shot
  • David Dillinger Jefferis … Zombie
  • Tonia Land … Girl at Rest Area
  • Chelsea Lee … School Teacher
  • Dustin Parker … Zombie That Gets Leg Torn off
  • Brent Wistrom … Zombie
  • Michael ‘Archie’ Archibold … Radio Announcer (voice)

Technical credits:

98 minutes

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