Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror

Discussion in 'Euro Horror' started by RyanPC, Apr 12, 2003.

  1. MapleBob

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    They should just add a "zombie attack" option to destroy your city. I've never played any of the sim city games, but I understand some have had UFO attacks and giant monster attacks, so why not zombies?
     
  2. KR~!

    KR~! The Apocalyptic Kid

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    I got this DVd not so long ago, the movie has no plot whatsoever, I mean none! The acting and best of all the dubbing is terrible, I mean could they at least gotten a real kid or a woman to dub the old creepy 25 year old "kid" who looked like he was 40? Also filming a zombie movie is broad daylight had to be the worst move ever, the director is complete crap.

    Now the good parts:
    The movie had no plot whatsoever, it's a total mindfuck.
    The acting and dubbing is so bad that you will pee your pants laughing.
    Peter Bark, nuff said, btw nice hair piece :nervous:
    The zombies themselves are quite different from anything else I have ever seen, I mean sure they look fake, but you could tell they were actually based on real photos of real dead people!


    Stand back, I'm your friend! :lol: :fucked: :lol:
     
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    Peter Bark freaking rules. I could watch Burial Ground again and again. Yes, it's bad, but DAMN if it isn't a fun movie. Great looking zombies, like wasp nests on legs.
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    Peter Bark, you rule dude.
     
  4. KR~!

    KR~! The Apocalyptic Kid

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    Where is that Peter Bark website that was mention on the DVD?


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    How could I forget to mention the breathtaking fight scenes in the movie? :evil:

    re-edit: and the bear trap :lol:
     
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  5. allmessedup

    allmessedup It's beer time.

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    It's just a fun, cheesy movie. I will say that BURIAL GROUND probably features the most intelligent zombies in a Euro Horror flick [though the bunch from NIGHTMARE CITY were pretty bright too...the global zombie quiz kids have to be the RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD zombies.]
     
  6. MapleBob

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    What about the zombies in the Blind Dead films? They can ride horses an' stuff.
     
  7. fceurich39

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    I Thought This Movie Was Utter Crap
     
  8. Agent Z

    Agent Z "Get to the river...

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    But now, by that comparison, you are insulting crap itself......and that is just not fair.
     
  9. Trout

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    It's just part of the films endearing charm. This movie has some of the best zombie chow-downs.
     
  10. allmessedup

    allmessedup It's beer time.

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    That's true, you have to take into account the Blind Dead's disabilities....

    I liked what one online review said about Burial Ground, basically that the zombies seemed to gain so much intelligence as the movie went on that had they been given another couple of hours they probably would have been holding elections and governing the nearby villages.
     
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    the movie had no plot,but its worth seeing for the gore
     
  13. KR~!

    KR~! The Apocalyptic Kid

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    LOL, I read that too. :lol:
     
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    THE GORE SCENES ARE COOL BUT THE ACTING AND MUSIC IS NOT COOL
     
  15. Hellbilly

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    That's why this film rocks! Sit back and enjoy the cheese :)
     
  16. Trout

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    You didn't like the music? I'd kill to have a soundtrack of this film (along with Hell of the living dead).
     
  17. Mortis

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    Just get a Dawn of the Dead soundtrack. :D

     
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    Wez4555 Happy Trees Motherfucker!

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    wait a peice of shit! I LOVED IT! ordered this online around when it first came out and what a suprised. i got a weird feeling tho when i watched the dvd.....i could swear i saw it before awhile ago, but i couldnt remember when. oh well, good gory shit at its best.
     
  19. Mortis

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    I saw it for the first time in a long time about a year ago. I remember the "tit biter" from when I was about ten, but I never knew what it was until I saw it again. That was an awesome feeling.

     
  20. wago70

    wago70 Surviving on nostalgia

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    I just lose it when Peter Barks character is cornered and he cries out for his mommy. The way he cries out is just hilarious!
     

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