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All Souls Day


In 1892, Vargas Diaz, a murderous greedy villain, looted an Aztec tomb belonging to the goddess of death located in the town of Santa Bonita, Mexico. The many that died at Diaz's hands cannot rest and continually demand human sacrifices.

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3 stars

Parts of it were pretty fun. Jeffry Combs needed a bigger part however.

- puffchunk, Sunday, December 28, 2008

3 stars

Actually liked this movie. Thought it seemed like it was quite boring at the beginning it does get interesting.

- PC79, Sunday, December 28, 2008

1 star

This movie should have gotten an A+ for a let down cover. It promises sex, gore and zombies. None of that is really there. Jeffery Combs and Danny Trejo are only in it for a few minutes.

- iansubordinate, Wednesday, March 17, 2010