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Led by a mean-spirited director, Alan (Alan Ormsby), a theater troupe travels by boat to a small island graveyard for buried criminals. Using a grimoire, Alan begins a séance to raise the dead. The group finds more than they bargained for when the dead return from their graves, forcing the troupe to take refuge in an old abandoned caretaker s house. Can they stay put until daylight against the undead onslaught, or do they flee into the pitch black night? Will anyone survive? ....Muhah hahahh! Bonus Features: All New Commentary with Alan Ormsby, Jane Daly and Anya Cronin, Memories of Bob Clark A tribute to the late Director, Grindhouse Q&A, Confessions of a Grave Digger Interview with Ken Goch, Photo Gallery, Dead Girls Don t Say No Music Video by The Deadthings, Cemetery Mary Music Video by The Deadthings, A Tribute Video to CSPWDT by Freak 13, CSPWDT Trivia, Alan Ormsby Bio, Original Theatrical Trailer. Product Specs: DVD9; Dolby Digital; 87 minutes; Color: 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; MPAA PG; Year 1972; SRP - $19.99.
I frickin' hated this movie, mainly because of the godawful grandstanding of make-up artist Alan Ormsby, He does a great job on the zombies when they finally do rise up, but before... Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. E. Kuersten
I first saw this in college & thought it was scary. Now, it just seems laughable!Published 2 months ago by Mrs. Diane M. Giorgio
This was a gift to a friend who saw it years ago. He said it was his first zombie movie and would like to see it again. I enjoyed watching it with him.Published 3 months ago by S. R. Longshore
When Leonard Maltin called this low budget film "weird," I don't think he was giving it enough credit. It is beyond bizarre. It starts in a confusion of darkness. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Einsatz
This is an early classic zombie movie. I used to have it on VHS tape, and it came out good on DVD. The effects are dated, but if you like older movies like I do, it is fun to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Steve Lower
This film is basically the story of a gang of "jaded young deviates" who invade a cemetery, desecrate the graves, conduct a satanic "summation" to resurect the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Creepy Skulldini
An old movie but a goodie! Very morbid , don't watch it alone! I waited for this to come to DVD for years.Published 18 months ago by S scissors
My son is obsessed with zombies. I seen this movie years ago and thought he would like it. It scared the wits out of his older brother when he was young.Published 19 months ago by Karen Bennett
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|This flick has the scariest scene EVER!!||
They drag that dead body (Orville?) around and 'humiliate' it. It is laying on the bed. Cut away. Cut back to the bed in the background and IT is sitting up on the edge of the bed.
It's been many years since I saw this on tape (1979?) yet that image is still the scariest moment on film to me.
Mar 21, 2009 by Gepetto 3D | See all 3 posts
|Has anyone,ever seen or even heard of this old "ghoulish"movie?!?||
Just taking a shot in the dark cause you said "TV movie", but it's not "Midnight Hour" is it? Don't know if that helps, thought I'd take a shot though.
Best of luck
Jan 17, 2008 by JBizzle | See all 5 posts
|Please help me remember what this wierd zombie movie was called||
I think it may be called "Hell of the Living Dead." Go to the Terror Trap web site (www.terrortrap.com - reviews database - T). It concerns a chemical plant on an island that has a spill and turns workers into zombies. I hope this is it. Good luck!! Reply if it is. I'd be curious...
Mar 11, 2008 by J. B. Hoyos | See all 5 posts