The Dead Inside is just awful. 94% of filming occurs inside one well-decorated apartment. it's slow. Real slow. While there are some excellent products of deep-thinking involved, it's not enough to endure all of this slowness.
Wes (Dustin Fasching) and Fi (Sarah Lassez) are dating and shacking up. They synch up well and have a lot in common. They are both drained of all that life has to offer. The only thing that keeps them going is their love for each other.
Wes is a photographer and Fi is an author, but their muses are both gone.
Perhaps, we should never have watched this. We don't like musicals. But, we really didn't like this one.
Fi: Can zombies use chain saws?
Fi: I inspire you?
Fi: If there's anything I'm good at, it's a red sauce.
Fi: No. Having nothing to believe in is torture.
Fi: Yes, he lived.
Wes: Are witches goth?
Wes: Did you ever visit him when you were dead, a ghost?
Wes: Don't go havin' any aneurysms while I'm gone.
Wes: I got a good feeling that the answer to your locked door is inside that.
Wes: I'm glad your home, Fi.
Wes: You can roam free. But, you're not gonna leave this apartment.
Directed by: Travis Betz
Produced by: Jennifer Zhang
Written by: Travis Betz
Starring: Dustin Fasching and Sarah Lassez
Rated: Not Rated
Taglines: Dig Up Your Heart
Time: 98 minutes
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