Dead and Buried (2005) Movie Review

Dead and Buried (2005)

2005 | Short, Documentary
25 minutes /

User Score: 50/100


In the late sixties the news about the death of Paul McCartney swept the world. But did Paul really die? This documentary explores the true story behind the Paul-is-dead mystery.

Dead and Buried Review

Something very strange is happening in the quite coastal village of Potters Bluff where tourists and transients are warmly welcomed, then brutally murdered. But even more shocking is when these slain strangers suddenly reappear as normal, friendly citizens around town. Now the local sheriff (James Farentino of THE FINAL COUNTDOWN) and an eccentric mortician (Oscar winner Jack Albertson in his final feature film performance) must uncover the horrific secret of a community where some terrifying traditions are alive and well…and no one is ever really DEAD & BURIED.

Robert Englund (A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET) co-stars in this genuinely chilling horror hit written by Ronald Schusett and Dan O’Bannon (ALIEN), directed by Gary A. Sherman (POLTERGEIST III) and featuring ultra-grisly gore effects by Oscar winner Stan Winston (TERMINATOR 2, ALIENS). DEAD & BURIED is now presented completely uncut and uncensored (including the controversial ‘hypodermic needle in the eyeball’ scene), and loaded with revealing Extras.

About Dead and Buried (2005)

Title: Dead and Buried
AKA: Who Buried Paul McCartney?
Year: 2005
Runtime: 25 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Short, Documentary
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.5/5 stars from 6 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 6
Starring: George Martin, Ringo Starr, Tom Zarski, Alex Bennett, Russ Gibb, Tim Harper, George Harrison, Terry Knight, Fred LaBour, John Lennon, Les Marshak, Paul McCartney, Barry Stoller
Writers: Wouter van Opdorp
Director: Wouter van Opdorp

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