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My Boyfriend's Back

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Bob Balaban
Produced by Sean S. Cunningham
Written by Dean Lorey
Starring Andrew Lowery
Traci Lind
Danny Zorn
Edward Herrmann
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Matthew McConaughey
Matthew Fox
Cloris Leachman
Austin Pendleton
Music by Harry Manfredini
Cinematography Mac Ahlberg
Editing by Michael Jablow
Distributed by Touchstone Pictures
Release date(s) August 6, 1993
Running time 85 min.
Country United States
Language English
Budget $22 million

My Boyfriend's Back is a 1993 comedy film.

The film is about a teenage boy, Johnny Dingle, who dies but comes back from the dead as a zombie after the teenage girl he's in love with, Missy McCloud, promises him a date.

The title is a reference to a song of the same name from 1963 by The Angels. The film was directed by Bob Balaban.

Philip Seymour Hoffman, Matthew McConaughey and Matthew Fox all play small roles in the film.

Trivia

  • The band Evanescence used some quotes from My Boyfriend's Back in an outtake clip of Anywhere (Track 0 on Origin), and the unabridged version of Ascension of the Spirit (Track 6 on Whisper EP, track must be more than eleven minutes in order to work).

The original title of the film was 'Johnny Zombie' and was changed shortly before the film's theatrical release.

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