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Ed and His Dead Mother
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Directed By
Jonathan Wacks

Written By:
Chuck Hughes

Cast:
Eric Christmas, Steve Buscemi, Harper Roisman, Sam Jenkins, Ned Beatty, Gary Farmer, Robert Harvey, John Glover, Miriam Margolyes, Jon Gries, Rance Howard, Warren Munson, Biff Yeager, Jessie Jones, Dawn Hudson, Eric Poppick, Carol Schlanger, John Walter Davis, Nancy Reed, Neal Jano, Laurie Franks


 
Ed and His Dead Mother (1994)
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Movie Review by BillyBob
February 18th, 2011

A PERFECTLY SWEET "MOM & SON" MOVIE

Dark, goofy, sick, twisted, bizarre - Yep. ED AND HIS DEAD MOTHER is definitely all of these things. And, besides that, it's actually quite funny, as well.

36 year-old mama's boy, Ed Chilton, wants his dead mommy (who died a year ago) back.

Ed wants his mommy back so badly that he resorts to paying shyster salesman, Mr. Abner, from "Happy People Ltd.", big bucks just to have the return of this dear, old girl.

At first, when mom returns to the living, things are just hunky-dory, with Mabel (mom) merrily cooking, and cleaning, and taking special care of her darling sonny-boy, Ed, just the way that he likes to be taken care of.

But when dear, old mom starts eating bugs and then developes some rather quirky(?), undead-type habits, you know damn-well that something's way out of whack and, yes, heading right out of control.

Yep. ED AND HIS DEAD MOTHER may be lunatic, crazy, and over-the-top "movie-madness", but, all the same, it is kinda fun to watch in the long run.

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