Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things
A group of struggling actors and actresses find themselves on a boat headed for an eerie cemetery/island. The leader of the troupe, Alan, is a tyrannical sort of character who runs his company like a feudal state; he even says as much during the film. This leader has one simple task in which he wishes for his troupe to help him perform: he wants to raise the dead.
When it seems his plan has failed, Ormsby and the gang take a disinterred corpse back to an old abandoned house for a night of bickering. Unbeknownst to our band of thespians, the ritual has succeeded--it just needed a little time to kick in.
One thing leads to another and soon the dead are walking the island and chewing on the living! Now it's up to Alan, his dwindling troupe and his trusty book of spells to find a way to send the dead back to the hell they sprang from.
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The only real scene that has anything queer in it is when the guys jump out from behind the trees to scare their friends. Those are the ones that he has set up to scare the rest of the people. Other than that there is the wedding scene between the main star and the corpse which is not very gay
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