The Undertaker and His Pals

The Undertaker and His Pals

A cult black-comedy about an undertaker whom befriends a pair of motorcycle-riding, knife-wielding, psycho restaurant owners who kill people for body parts to use in their (gulp!) blue-plate daily specials. Business for the undertaker and cheap meat for the restaurant owners, sounds like a merger made in hell! Lunch anyone?

An undertaker and his two friends, who are restaurant owners, drum up business by going out on the town and killing people; the restaurant owners use parts of the bodies for their menu, and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Undertaker and His Pals torrent reviews

Debbie A (kr) wrote: I liked the set up to the story. Seemed like it had a lot of potential. It just didn't seem to go anywhere.

Guido S (ca) wrote: Jake Gyllenhaal is born without an immune system. So his super conservative mom played by Swoosie Kurtz keeps him in a literal bubble and home schools him in her religious ways. Eventually Mary Shelton moves next door and he is interested in her and they begin hanging out with him Mom clearly frowning the 'whore from next door'. Eventually she gets engaged, but wants to be with Jake but he's hurt from her until he realizes the error of his ways. He sets off in his own custom bubble to reach her in time. Along the way, he meets Danny Trejo who tells him to follow his heart and other offbeat characters like a cult and a side show. A pretty good comedy. It's dumb, but it works in that way. Doesn't preach anything either, which is good considering all the religious stuff. Overall, pretty good.

Eric H (fr) wrote: Wholly unoriginal film, can be compared to a hundred different indie flicks

Gavin M (ag) wrote: Awesome movie! Definitely one of my all time favorite childhood movies and still is to this day!

Ryan W (ru) wrote: .,,,,,,,,,,,,,h


Larry R B (jp) wrote: When I first saw it, I hated it! After seeing again it's good story telling but no too scary!!

Tim M (de) wrote: Muhammad Ali was larger than life. While Michael Mann's biopic "Ali" is not, it still remains an engaging and wildly ambitious portrait of the man's life away from the persona he created.

Nataa L (mx) wrote: "There are trees in the city, and garbage in the forest, so what is the difference?"I wish there was more dialogue to figure out what went on between two of them when they were younger.