Eat, Drink & Be Buried: A Gourmet Detective Mystery

Eat, Drink & Be Buried: A Gourmet Detective Mystery

Eat, Drink & Be Buried: A Gourmet Detective Mystery is a TV movie starring Dylan Neal, Brooke Burns, and Bruce Boxleitner. A wealthy family with a storied past and a large sprawling estate, hires Henry to oversee the menu for an...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Mystery, Crime
Actors
Brooke Burns, Matthew Kevin Anderson, Dylan Neal, Bruce Boxleitner
Director
Mark Jean
Writer
Peter King, Dylan Neal, Becky Southwell
Country
Canada
Year
2017
Other Titles
Inspector gourmet: Come, bebe, muere, Enquêtes gourmandes: festin mortel, The Gourmet Detective - Mangia, bevi, muori
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Eat, Drink & Be Buried: A Gourmet Detective Mystery» (377)

Elizabeth W. avatar
Elizabeth W.

A wealthy family with a storied past and a large sprawling estate, hires Henry to oversee the menu for an annual summer gala. When one of the host's sons dies at the event, Maggie and Henry are on the case once again, finding themselves in the crosshairs of a bitter feud between heirs to a family fortune.

Joyce S. avatar
Joyce S.

Hoo-wee! Where to start! Well written and directed, good actors choice.

Nicholas M. avatar
Nicholas M.

Absolutely awesome. Mark Jean is a visual genius, I mean he is able to center the whole film and the whole action on the feelings.

Marilyn L. avatar
Marilyn L.

I dunno why folks panned this movie. It was actually very entertaining to watch. Dylan Neal delivers a good movie.

Laura Schmidt avatar
Laura Schmidt

Mark Jean did an amazing job with this film. I loved every scene in this film.

Larry avatar
Larry

had no idea what to expect but i loved it.

Shirley Thomas avatar
Shirley Thomas

Great story line with terrific acting... Very relative!

Frank avatar
Frank

Matthew Kevin Anderson kept this movie train moving along while Brooke Burns was in his element. It’s not a film that is going to have you guessing what is going to happen next but it's enjoyable from start to finish. It's a holiday