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Apr 27, 2005 | 12:29 PM EDT
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Based on a true story in the Philadelphia area, this Dr. Shroud story is part 1 of a 3 part series. In this first part, the plot is set up when mysterious things begin with Victor Graves' assistant, Lora Gora, around the anniversary of the dissappearance of the boy scout, Gary Gribber.

this movie 8 minutes long and includes the flashback sequence, "The Mask of Victor Graves", an essential component to the overall series.

Reviews


skillzthatkillz2skillzthatkillz2

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 27, 2005

a litle too long

got boring after a while



ZiddyZiddy

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 27, 2005

This has been submitted before :<

I've seen it before :<



HappyCheeseGuyHappyCheeseGuy

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 27, 2005

Too Long

A bit too long and the silent movie was a bit pointless. I still gave it a 4. I'll look out for Pt.2



B3lz3lg4B3lz3lg4

Rated 0 / 5 stars April 27, 2005

dude

dude vampires dont appear on photos the dude coulnd be watching the vampires photo cause vampires dont appear on them. this was completly uncientific



TrueDarknessTrueDarkness

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 27, 2005

WOW!!!

Thats like.... AMAZING!!! MORE THAN AMAZING!! SO AWSOME!! The movie was so fricken cool, I wish there was more though :( But I guess about 10 minutes is long enough. The way the begining was like an old classical movie, was brilliant! And finding out that it was a dream was even more dazzaling. Tell me though, was the guy who played the Doctor the same guy who plays the voice of the zombie in Xombie, it sounded just like him! Mark Hershberg or something... I know you probably won't be responding to any reviews but please answer my question, I am dying to know!


robfeldman responds:

No, the voice of Dirge in Xombie is provided by someone else....Mark Hershberger provides the voice for Dr. Shroud exclusively. Thanks for the comments. :)-Rob