Hunchbacks, vampires, and hammy acting! Dead Men Walking is nothing short of phenomenal “bad” cinema. From its outrageously camp overacting to its cleverly used low budget, this film is a sidesplitting faux macabre tale that relishes in the ridiculous. Where to begin in describing the spectacular ludicrousness? For starters, the leading man George Zucco plays the two main characters in the film: brothers who are physicians who want to kill each other. And one brother becomes a vampire. And there’s a hunchbacked assistant. The god fearing townspeople are kind enough to form a lynch mob to elevate this classic even further. Dead Men Walking is priceless entertainment.