GenreHorror ProducerEdward L. Montoro CountryUnited States
Release dateSeptember 9, 1983 (1983-09-09) WriterHoward Avedis, Marlene Schmidt CastChristopher George (Hank Andrews), Bill Paxton (Paul Andrews), Mary Beth McDonough (Christie Parson), David Wallace (Greg Stevens), Lynda Day George (Eve Parson), Curt Ayers (Jim) Similar moviesPhantasm III: Lord of the Dead, The Haunting in Connecticut, Dead and Deader, Night Life, Hollywood Mortuary, A Little Night Music
TaglineBefore your funeral...Before you are buried...Before you are covered with the last shovelful of dirt...Be sure you are really dead!
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Mortuary (also known as Embalmed and Hall of Death internationally) is a 1983 American slasher film directed by Howard Avedis and starred Bill Paxton, Mary Beth McDonough, David Wallace, Lynda Day George, with Michael Berryman (who only appears in the film's trailer) and Christopher George in one of his final roles.
The film was released on September 9, 1983, and has grossed $4.3 million. Mortuary was officially released on DVD for the first time on May 25, 2012, followed by a limited Blu-Ray release on October 7, 2014.
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Christie Parson (Mary McDonaugh) is mourning the death of her father (Danny Rogers) by drowning. Her mother has convinced herself it was a tragic accident, but Christie is sure it was murder. Christie suffers from nightmares in which a hooded figure, clutching an embalming trocar, pursues her. She turns detective, aided by her boyfriend (David Wallace) to find out the truth. Her sleuthing draws her to a local mortuary, whose owner, Hank Andrews (Christopher George), together with his secretly demented offspring, Paul, is guarding an odious secret.
Mary Beth McDonough as Christie Parson
David Wallace as Greg Stevens
Bill Paxton as Paul Andrews
Christopher George as Hank Andrews
Lynda Day George as Eve Parson
Bill Conklin as Sheriff Duncan
Curt Ayers as Jim
Donna Garrett as Mrs. Andrews
Danny Rogers as Dr. Parson
Greg Kaye as Mark
Denis Mandel as Josh
On May 15, 2012, the film was finally transferred to DVD with a 16×9 (1.78:1) HD master from the original Inter-Negative. Scorpio Releasing in conjunction with Camelot Entertainment released the DVD with special features. The special features included, Play with or without the "Nightmare Theater" experience, On camera interview with composer John Cacavas and the original trailer.
On October 7, 2014, Scorpion Releasing released the film on Blu-ray in a Limited Edition with only 1200 copies.
On aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film currently holds a 26% audience score based on 1,182 reviews.