Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror

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  1. zombi3

    zombi3 Pure Evil

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    Burial Ground is a classic. Wonderful story, the acting is superb, and Andrea Bianchi's directing is just brilliant!:evil:
     
  2. RyanPC

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    I wouldn't say the acting is superb, but it is very good for this kind of film. But you wouldn't know it because of the horrendous dubbing! :cry:
     
  3. Andrew

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    And I'm a Chinese jet pilot.

    :banana:
     
  4. Grim

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    Burial Ground, along with Hell of The Living Dead, and Nightmare City, I think these are the greatest of Euro-Zombie Cheese. Great fun, that kid creeped me out and his mom had a nice rack.:banana: :banana:
     
  5. The Chaostar

    The Chaostar Johnny Hallyday forever

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    And, guys, what about that ending????:eek:
     
  6. RyanPC

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    I can't remember... what is the ending?

    I loved Nightmare City. I got the AB DVD for free when I went to the Horrorfind convention in Baltimore. Michael Felsher himself was there and asked me some sort of trivia question about the movie. I hadn't seen it before so I didn't know. Then he asked me who directed it. I said Umberto Lenzi and he handed me a copy! I was like in total shock, I couldn't believe it. And the DVD is great... I highly recommend it!

    I guess that shows Anchor Bay does have a heart! :)
     
  7. zombi3

    zombi3 Pure Evil

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    OK, you got me. Burial Ground has no story, the acting is horrendous, and Bianchi's directing is abominable. But it's still a classic! :banana: :evil:
     
  8. Grim

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    I was there, I remember they asked who played Scotty in the evil dead and someone yelled "Hal Delrich!" before I could. Bastard got a free Evil Dead dvd. I already had it but a free one wouldn't be bad. I did get a free book however, the first couple in line got those big orange bags with all sorts of goodies, including a book.
     
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    "Mama!"
     
  10. hell ya!

    hell ya! ~Go ahead, make my day~

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    :lol: :lol:
     
  11. Trout

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    I love the professor...the 60's weren't kind to him.

    "No...I'm your friend..."
     
  12. Mortis

    Mortis GARBAGE DAY!

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    Some of those zombies were bastards. Especially the ones using the
    battering ram
    .
     
  13. Andrew

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    No doubt there!

    And Grim - you should've yelled Rich Demanicor.
     
  14. Atmims

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    "Mother, This cloth smells of death..."

    Horrible movie but funny as hell.
     
  15. Andrew

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    Alongside
    "What is that?"
    "I don't know! But it's a walking corpse!
    , that's one of the film's best lines. This is one of the few movies I had the opportunity to see on a shitty VHS rental. I remember watching it and remembering the fun I had the night before (with a girl who was pretty unmemorable - but now she is engravened in my skull along with Peter Bark).
     
  16. Atmims

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    Hah hah! Damn that's a funny line Andrew. I don't remember hearing it. Someone needs to make a Burial Ground sound board.
     
  17. Suicide

    Suicide Space Bastard!

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    Don't forget "What's wrong? I'm your son!" after Peter Bark's mom slaps him for attempting to finger her.:D She's fine with him kissing her and grabbing a tit, but soon as he goes for the panties she pops him. Very bizarre movie if you think about it.
    And while I'm here, time once again for my Peter Bark/ Eric Forman comparison:
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    If anyone can find a picture of him from that 70's show with a confused look on his face, post it here. He actually looks alot like him when he makes that kinda face, not so much in this one here.
     
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  18. legnadibrom

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    poop

    i think he's devilishly handsome
     
  19. RyanPC

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    :lol:

    Andrew, I don't remember that line but it is hilarious!

    And don't forget "Stay back! I'm your friend!"

    How do you cover the thing with spoilers? I don't see anything.
     
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  20. Mortis

    Mortis GARBAGE DAY!

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    You use {spoiler}blah blah blah{/spolier} to hide stuff.

    Just change the {}s to []s.
     

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