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Life After Beth (19-Jan-2014)

Director: Jeff Baena

Writer: Jeff Baena

Keywords: Horror/Comedy, Zombie

A man's dead girlfriend comes back to life with a strangely different personality.

ABSTRACT
Wayward young man Zach is grieving over the untimely death of girlfriend Beth when, without warning, she comes back to life and attempts to resume her existence at her old house. Astonishingly well-preserved, Beth returns to our mortal world with a changed personality and peculiar new musical tastes, ultimately turning into an all-out zombie unaware of her demise as an apocalypse of the undead commences. A belated indie addition to a tired genre, Life After Beth aims for territory between shoegaze comedy and Shaun of the Dead-style horror and misses.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cheryl Hines
Actor
21-Sep-1965   Curb Your Enthusiasm
Anna Kendrick
Actor
9-Aug-1985   Up in the Air
Garry Marshall
Film Director
13-Nov-1934 19-Jul-2016 Happy Days
Jim O'Heir
Actor
4-Feb-1962   Jerry Gergich et al on Parks and Rec
Adam Pally
Actor
18-Mar-1982   Max Blum on Happy Endings
Aubrey Plaza
Comic
26-Jun-1984   Parks and Recreation
John C. Reilly
Actor
24-May-1965   Boogie Nights
Paul Reiser
Actor
30-Mar-1957   Mad About You
Molly Shannon
Comic
16-Sep-1964   Saturday Night Live
Alia Shawkat
Actor
18-Apr-1989   Maeby on Arrested Development
Paul Weitz
Film Director
19-Nov-1965   American Pie

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