9 Dead Gay Guys (2002)



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Ky Mo Lab's comedy 9 Dead Gay Guys stars Brendan Mackey as Byron, a young Irishman who comes to London. He is quickly forced to start working as a rent boy in order to pay the rent. He and a co-worker soon discover their clients are being murdered. They search for the killer, with their only lead being the size of the killer's manhood. While the chase is on, the two men become conflicted abut their sexual orientation. 9 Dead Gay Guys screened at the Palm Springs Film Festival.
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Michael Praed
as The Queen
Vas Blackwood
as Donkey-Dick Dark
Simon Godley
as Golders Green
Carol Decker
as Jeff's Wife
Raymond Griffiths
as The Desperate Dwarf
Abdala Keserwani
as Cheese-Dick Deepak
Karen Sharman
as The Iron Lady
Abadala Keserwani
as Dick Cheese Deepak
Steven Woodhouse
as Father Ted
John Michaels
as Third West African Brother
Rickardo Beckles-Burrows
as Second West African Brother
Deban Aderemi
as First West African Brother
as UFO
Barry Martin
as A Very Camp Man Indeed
Peter Lochburn
as Moaning Man
Bill Hayes
as Dirty Old Irish Tramp
Wayne Crompton
as Gay Gossip
Mark Gardner
as Gay Gossip
Neil Howarth
as Gay Gossip
Ptere Keswick
as Gay Gossip
Harry Harris
as Other Cop
Yvonne Fisher
as Blind Old Bat
Janice Frost
as Old Granny
Cordelia Thomas
as Old Granny
Laura Hazell
as Old Granny
Martin Collins
as Breeder
Karen Coppins
as Breeder
Nicholas Chinardet
as Orthodox Jew
Adrian Flack
as Orthodox Jew
Mark Joyce
as Orthodox Jew
Jason Daly
as Orthodox Jew
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Critic Reviews for 9 Dead Gay Guys

All Critics (23) | Top Critics (10)

Takes place in such a cartoonish, good-natured universe it's hard to imagine anyone taking offense.

Full Review… | November 26, 2008
Top Critic

Ridiculous and offensive.

Full Review… | June 4, 2004
Detroit Free Press
Top Critic

If garbage could think, it would look down on 9 Dead Gay Guys as garbage.

Full Review… | January 9, 2004
San Francisco Chronicle
Top Critic

Feeble and unfunny.

November 20, 2003
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic

Nonstop racial, sexual and cultural stereotypes parade across the screen with little wit or real humor to guide them.

November 20, 2003
L.A. Weekly
Top Critic

Witless, sophomoric and relentlessly frenetic.

October 27, 2003
Hollywood Reporter
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Audience Reviews for 9 Dead Gay Guys

I have a hard time calling this film offensive, because it's far too stupid to be offensive. Sometimes I don't mind stupid comedy, but there's really very little comedy here. It's just one stereotype after another and it never manages to get off the ground. Just a bunch of prattling on about nothing for most of the movie. I'm not sure why I even watched the whole thing.

Amanda Hendsbee
Amanda Hendsbee

I rented this on a whim when I was 14 and never really thought much of it. The title left an impression on me. Not really my kind of comedy, I was a little bored.

Nicole M
Nicole M

Bright, witty, extremely gay, and thoroughly enjoyable. Forget the sour old hets who've downed this movie; it's a lot of good clean fun. While ruthlessly demolishing every stereotype you can think of, the script takes deadly aim at one of the biggest homophobic lies of all: that sex is all about gain, rather than love. Yes, the film is cartoonish, but that's the whole point. I think it's a deliberate parody of those lurid born-again tracts that feature sinners in hell while the few lucky ones float around a neon heaven. If you don't get this film, then you're either stone hearted or not very bright.

Bela Dornon
Bela Dornon

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