I love movies from the 1980s and Burial Night: The Nights of Terror is no exception to that rule. It’s cheesy goodness with relatively bad effects that make it nostalgic and even better. Give it a shot if you’ve yet to see it!
Professor Ayres discovers a secret in an ancient stone and when he opens a crypt, he revives zombies that kill him. He had invited three couples to visit him in his manor to reveal his discovery. However, they never get around to meeting the professor. Out of the blue, the zombies attack them and they seek shelter in the mansion. The creatures put the manor under siege while they protect themselves trying to survive to the horde of zombies.
My Rating: B (get it??)
Interesting Facts: The movie was shot in four weeks; it was filmed on location at a real castle; and Peter Bark was cast in the role of 12 year old Michael, when at the time of filming, he was approximately 26 years old (in real life, Peter Bark is a dwarf).
And now it’s time for the trailer…