All Souls Day(2005) Review
Written by: RIP
I've seen alot of zombie films in my time and alot of them were good and alot of them were very awful. This film called All Souls Day was just plain ass lame and boring as hell.
All Souls Day came out in 2005 and was directed by Jeremy Kasten who also directed the films The Attic Expeditions, Wizard of Gore, and The Thirst. The film has some cameos by David Keith(from Lords of Discipline), Ellie Cornell(from Halloween 4), Jeffrey Combs(from ReAnimator), and Danny Trejo(from Halloween 2007). The rest of the acting was rather lame.
The story starts off in a small mexican town in 1892 where an evil landowner celebrates their mexican holiday All Souls Day(Day of the Dead) and gets his townspeople to go into a large mine where he tells them lies about gold and a celebration in their but then ends up blowing the mine up so that he can have eternal life somehow.
Then the film goes to 1952 where a family is traveling and stops by the same small mexican town and say at the local motel only to get killed off by the zombies of the pissed off dead lol.
Then the film goes to 2005 where a couple are traveling to mexico and have car trouble in the same town. They call there friends to come down and they all end up getting attacked by the undead lol.
Don't buy this dvd like I did. Either rent it or just watch it on the Scifi channel sometime cause it's not worth it at all and the zombies have the worst makeup ever. I give this film a 3 out of 10 rating.