I Bury the Living 2000 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Edgar Allan Poe would have truly appreciated this “crisp little chiller” (Leonard Maltin) howlingly haunted with “dire happenings and eerie effects bound to please the spook set” (The Film Daily). Starring rugged Hollywood leading man Richard Boone (TV’s “Have Gun Will Travel”) and folk singer Theodore Bikel as a dynamic duo of death, this electrifying shocker may send you to an early grave ? if it’s not already occupied.When a cemetery director (Boone) puts pins on a map of empty graves, the grave owners mysteriously die, driving the director crazy and real estate prices sky-high. But there is something more devilishly demented behind the deaths ? and digging for answers uncovers a most horrifying climax.
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