|release date||November 20 2012|
|studio||Monarch Home Video|
|starring||Sarah Lassez, Dustin Fasching|
|tagline||Dig Up Your Heart|
SynopsisWes and Fi are empty. While their love for each other burns strong, artistically their hearts have been locked in a box for years. Wes is a burned out photographer paying the bills by shooting weddings. Fi is the writer's-blocked author of a series of zombie novellas called, The Dead Survive. At one time they were at the top of their creative game, but recently their muse has packed its' bags and vanished without leaving a note. When Fi begins to show signs of schizophrenia, Wes does everything in his power to help her get better. Strange behaviors and breathing patterns escalate, and It is soon discovered that darker forces lurk inside her. The doctors prove useless and even the church can offer no comfort. The true horror of the situation steals Fi's voice and reveals itself to Wes. Afraid and completely lost, Wes has no choice to imprison his girlfriend until he can figure out what to do with this familiar looking person he doesn't know. Fighting against the disturbed entity, the lovers rediscover inspiration in the grimmest corners in this musical horror movie.
I’ve been entertained by very few musicals in my life. Sweeney Todd, Rocky Horror, The Phantom of the Opera and Evil Dead: The Musical are the exceptions. Most of the time, however, it’s just people with the constant “need” to sing about whatever the hell is going on, the lame plots, the actors/singers who shouldn’t be singing/acting, etc. I’m not sure if director Travis Betz had folks like me in mind when he sat down to pen The Dead Inside, but it sure felt like it. …Read More