Release date: 2001
Cremains is a low budget horror portmanteau film that opens with Count Gore De Vol (Richard Dyszel) introducing the concept and then flips into a throwaway moment with a sadistic killer and his victim.
Following this we get to the meat of the portmanteau, a funeral director (Chester Delacruz) being question by a couple of disembodied voices (Provided by Debbie Rochon and Don Pusemy). Their questioning leads us into the stories proper and these are built up of no budget, shot on video horror stories whose paucity of plot betrays the lack of budget as much as the cheapness of the actual film.
|Lisa is insubstantial|
|Kimberly L Cole as Alison|
|R W Smith as Frye|
A very short piece, and overall quite pointless. Nothing resembling a twist but plenty of nudity from Dawn DuVurger. Given the short length, one would have expected better acting and film stock and cinematography – we didn’t get any of that. 2 out of 10 for the vampire section.
The imdb page is here.