Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave
Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave ★ 2005 (R)
Don't expect much from the franchise and you won't be disappointed. In this fifth inr stallment, university chemist Garrison (Coyote) creates a toxin that is discovered by a group of buds who made their own designer drug. One pill gets you high but use too many and you become a brain-eating zombie. Just in time to party at the campus Halloween rave. 86m/C DVD . Peter Coyote, Aimee-Lynn Chadwick, John Keefe, Cory Hardrict, Jenny Mollen; D: Ellory Elkayem; W: William Butler, Aaron Strongoni; C: Gabriel Kosuth. VIDEO
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