All Souls Day (2006) Movie Review

All Souls Day (2006)

2006 | Short, Documentary
36 minutes /

User Score: 55/100

Synopsis:

Interviews with the filmmakers and cast, and behind-the-scenes footage.

All Souls Day Review

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. Today the town of Santa Bonita is a ghost town, and those who stumble upon the village never leave. A young couple, Joss and Alicia, are unfortunate enough to get stranded there and discover the town’s secret history. The only way to save themselves and let the dead rest lies with Diaz himself, but there’s no earthly way he could still be living today…


About All Souls Day (2006)

Title: All Souls Day
AKA: Raising the Undead: The Making of 'All Souls Day'
Year: 2006
Runtime: 36 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Short, Documentary
Reviewer:
Score: 1 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 2.7/5 stars from 11 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 11
Starring: Danny Trejo, Danielle Burgio, Ellie Cornell, Charlie Parrish, Jason Collins, Robert Hall, Jeremy Kasten, Lorin Eric Salm, Mark A. Altman, Chuck Speed, Marisa Ramirez, Danny Wayne, Travis Wester
Writers: Jay Marks
Director: Jay Marks

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