Dead Dudes in the House, originally titled The Dead Come Home and sometimes released as The House on Tombstone Hill, is a 1991 independent horror film written and directed by James Riffel and distributed by Troma Entertainment. For reasons unknown, Troma advertises the characters in Dead Dudes as "hip-hop teens", as evidenced by the actors on the green VHS cover (who do not appear in the movie), despite the fact that there is no reference to hip-hop of any kind throughout the entire movie. [This has since been corrected on the yellow cover for the 2010 Amazon.com DVD-R release.] According to Troma president Lloyd Kaufman's book All I Need to Know about Filmmaking I Learned from the Toxic Avenger, Troma fans consider Dead Dudes in the House to be one of the company's unsung masterpieces.
|Leighann Belair||1940's Girl|
|Bruce Spaulding Fuller||Bab's legs on floor|
|Darrell Gibson||Old Lady Double|
|Douglas Gibson||Mark / Old Lady|
|Albert Jaccoma||1940's Dead Man|
|Pam Lewis||Old Lady (voice)|