Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Graveyard Alive

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Sadly there are only a few tracks in this post, these were ripped from Graveyard Alive, which is a rather low budget (yet very well shot) Canadian zombie film from 2003. Graveyard Alive: A Zombie Nurse in Love is sometimes used as the full title, it sort of reminds me of fellow Canadian film Fido, or maybe Bob Balaban's My Boyfriend's Back, only Graveyard Alive is less of an outright comedy, or at least not as funny as those other two. All three have a 50's look and feel to them and all three of the films have a character attracted to a zombie, but done in a cute way, and not a gross necrophilia kinda way. This one is a bit darker though and has a pretty downbeat ending.

There was no soundtrack from what I could find, so I present to the couple dozen or so people who have actually seen the film a few tracks I ripped from the DVD. The music was done by Martin Pelland who plays bass in the band The Dears. One track plays during an erotic bath/flesh-eating dream sequence. The next track is of Patsy Powers (our titular Zombie Nurse) singing a song during an open mike night in a club. And the third and final track is a very catchy French pop/rock song that plays over the end credits. Could probably be a moderate radio hit if they released it as such. I wasn't totally sure on the title, but the only French title in the music credits was by a band called Les Breastfeeders, so I assume that was it.

1. Bubble Bath of Blood
2. Zombie Patsy Open Mike
3. Les Breastfeeders - Laisse autant le vent tout emporter

...those scissor thingies...

Sorry for the small amount of tracks, the score was really cool, but not a lot of it was rip-able. Here's hoping some kind of actually soundtrack comes out eventually. Stay tuned for John Carpenter's They Live.

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