The Undertaker and His Pals

Date:
1966
Stars:
Warrene Ott

James Westmoreland

Marty Friedman
Writer:
T.L.P. Swicegood
Director:
T.L.P. Swicegood
WRC Score:
0.5/4

(-_-)p
Note: 
First posted in a
different form on
August 10, 2012

The Undertaker and His Pals details the struggles of the small store owner to survive in the modern world, and triumph that can come of two businesses working together for their mutual good.  In this case, a greasy spoon in need of cheap meat and an undertaker in need of plentiful corpse.

Gee willikers, that last paragraph wasn’t very funny.

Which fits this flick to a tee.

The Undertaker and His Pals is like someone smashed a farce and a gore flick together to form a cake or something, only never bothered to mix it the rest of the way up.  Bad analogy or no, the flick suffers from Comedy that wasn’t funny and Horror that was only horrific in the fact someone thought this film good enough to show people.

All of this makes for a really awful flick (0 points).  While I have loved me many a bad film, and many a terrible one, this one in particular hits me in all the wrong places, to the point I really don’t care for it at all (.5 points).

The Undertaker and His Pals may have its defenders, but I feel that most people won’t care for this experience, and thus it is most heartily NOT RECOMMENDED.

Overall Score: .5 (-) total points out of a possible 4 (-_-)p

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