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When someone cuts their throat and the obviously fake throat slit is ALREADY THERE, you know you've hit rock bottom on horror movies. The beginning scene takes ridiculously long and doesn't do much to advance the movie. I don't think the creators put almost any thought into how to make the mansion look like the 1920s for the intro scene, either. Just... very poorly done. Hardly worth having on in the background and ignoring it.
excusa para mostrar pornografía.
The movie takes a neat setting and starts off really intriguing- before turning into a soft porno and a typical b-movie horror flick. The characters are awful, though the cast is nice. Terrible make-up, too much time wasted on sex, and a ultimately cruddy ending. The film feels like another quick buck with wasted talent.
A super-crappy supernatural thriller (and I use the word begrudgingly) about some evil folks from the roaring 20s who return from the dead to haunt two women in the present, The Dead Want Women is as crappy as horror cinema gets. But I guess I should have seen that coming since it features Eric Roberts as its only star attraction....
The intro showed it's potential. Everything proved it had no potential.
Starts off slow and stays that way , they need to figure out adding a lot of nudity adds nothing if you don't have a decent story or acting.
Actually that wasn't that bad. Actors have fun, the scenario is not to serious, it looks like they really did want to to something acceptable with a rather low budget. Perfect for a laid-back evening with cookies & a slumber party!
Charles Band tries to parody The Tales From The Crypt TV series, succeeding in making a decent movie and acting despite an obvious low budget.
I hadn't realized this was a Full Moon production, when I first saw it in the video store, but that said, it wasn't nearly as bad as I've come to expect movies from this studio to be. Granted, that doesn't mean it was good, by any means. Plot elements are introduced, and then end up going nowhere, the acting leaves much to be desired, and the admittedly short running time still somehow manages to be as padded as a high school cheerleader's bra. There's not much that's redeeming about "The Dead Want Women" (unless you count the copious amounts of T&A), but at least it's not full of lame jokes, or awful puppets, like I've come to expect from a Full Moon film. In the end, the best I can say about this movie is that I didn't outright hate it.
It was a really silly movie for sure not that good either cheaply done and B movie all the way