Jay Mandao and his nephew-in-law Jackson use astral projection to go back in time to reverse a ghost’s death on Halloween.
“...beats the odds and delivers an impressive horror comedy...” - Chuck Foster/Film Threat Critic”
"Supernatural cereal packets, ghosts, time travel, astral projection and yes, even vampires are seamlessly sewed into a film that has instant cult classic written all over it. Mandao of the Dead also unmistakably propels Dunn forward as a filmmaker to keep a very close eye on." - Grant Kempster/Starburst Magazine
"... you should catch this film as soon as you can, I would wager it will end up on many horror fans’ “31 Days of Horror” film lists this year." - Molly Henery/The Blogging Banshee
"...there is a sense that Mandao could very well be the horror equivalent of Napoleon Dynamite and at its very best, The Big Lebowski." - Horror-Fix