Today we’re taking a look at Andrea Bianchi’s 1981 Italian zombie film, Burial Ground Nights of Terror.
This is, hands down, one of the craziest Italian horror movies of all time. Zombies, creepy Oedipal urges, gruesome special effects from Gino de Rossi, and a star making turn from Peter Bark make this one unforgettable.
It’s not good in the traditional sense of the term, but it’s so exuberantly stupid you’ll love it anyway.
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