Following a terrible car crash, a woman (Christina Ricci) awakes to find an enigmatic mortician (Liam Neeson) preparing her for burial. Trapped inside the funeral home, with nobody to turn to except the man, she is forced to face her deepest fears and accept her own death.
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August 03, 2010 Born again Ricci haunts a mortuary, while perfecting post-mortem freaky in the nude. This may or may not be your cup of embalming fluid, whether intriguing those with unconventional viewing preferences, or seriously creeping you out.Read in Source
October 14, 2010 Despite the meandering pace, and lack of fearsome thrills, After.Life is a chilling fairytale that grabs you and takes you on a strangely hypnotic ride.Read in Source
Q Network Film Desk
August 12, 2010 makes you think too much about what it's doing, rather than what it's about, thus drawing you away from the deeper philosophical questions of life and death at its coreRead in Source
July 17, 2010 It dresses up boilerplate horror in a classy shell, yet never gives it the pulse it needs.Read in Source
April 14, 2010 Best of all is Neeson, who is nicely creepy. Whether he's genuinely gifted or knuckle-chewing insane, he's not the kind of guy you'd want to spend time with, either way.Read in Source
Future Movies UK
September 11, 2010 There is too much reliance on one character's word against another which leads the audience back and forth over the truth.Read in Source
January 03, 2011 Thematic rigor mortis sets in long before the final reel.Read in Source
New York Observer
April 14, 2010 It's too dull for grown-ups and too nightmarish for children. It makes Nip/Tuck look like a Mel Brooks musical.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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