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  • #16
    The titty shots were the best part of the movie. I about turned the movie off when I saw the zombies usiong battering rams to get into the house!
    I rip the axe from the head,
    covered in blood and brains.
    Leave the body lying dead,
    Ready to strike again.

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    • #17
      no way! Burial Ground rocks, thanks to that little man child Peter Bark!
      7.5/10 for me!
      i think i saw a fan-made Peter Bark myspace page a while back



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      • #18
        Man, I got to see this movie. I either saw it drunk back in the late 80's and don't remember it at all or it's one of the few flix that slipped through my fingers (and there's not many of those from this era that's for sure!).

        This and that Dead And Buried movie. I might have seen that too.....God, I wish I didn't party that much when I was a kid.....

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        • #19
          A real guilty pleasure this movie. It has gore, great lines like "Momma, this cloth smells of death," a 35-year-old playing a little boy, zombies with paper machie (I know I spelled that wrong) faces, and some really cheesy music. What more could you ask for? I also love the unhappy ending.


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          • #20
            Originally posted by BrotherofTears View Post
            A real guilty pleasure this movie. It has gore, great lines like "Momma, this cloth smells of death," a 35-year-old playing a little boy, zombies with paper machie (I know I spelled that wrong) faces, and some really cheesy music. What more could you ask for? I also love the unhappy ending.
            I also love how the text placed over the top at the end has mis spelt words in it
            Last edited by depecheanix; 07-05-2007, 07:52 AM.

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            • #21
              I watched this again recently and everyone is right, the "kid" definitely saves it. Almost every moment with him is comedy gold.

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              • #22
                Seen this about 3 years ago on the shitty vhs (dark picture) copy i had,i even liked it back then with the shitty qaulity of the vhs. Recently bought shriek shows the zombie pack two watched it again still thought it was pretty good, the special features where pretty cool.

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                • #23
                  I know this is like my 5th post about Burial Ground, but I thought it was great!

                  More than anything, this time I'm commenting on the outstanding quality of the DVD-Shriek Show did a fucking awesome job on the DVD. Great colors, it's brighter, and it beats the hell out of the old VHS. Shriek Show goes to town when they remaster a movie!
                  "You wish to find Jerusalem, my son?
                  You go to the place where the men speak Italian, and take the boat until you come to the place where the men speak something different."

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Sam Fisher View Post
                    I know this is like my 5th post about Burial Ground, but I thought it was great!

                    More than anything, this time I'm commenting on the outstanding quality of the DVD-Shriek Show did a fucking awesome job on the DVD. Great colors, it's brighter, and it beats the hell out of the old VHS. Shriek Show goes to town when they remaster a movie!
                    Tell me about it.

                    There are moments on that VHS where you can barely see what the hell is going on. But nonetheless this is an entertaining movie...Hi-fucking-larious.

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                    • #25
                      I love the professor who says to the zombies "I'm your friend!"

                      But who can blame him as the flower pot zombies are so likable, I love the "hmmm whats going on in here then?" look some of them have on their faces.
                      And the way after many of their numbers have been taken out by gun shots to the head..they retreat..and come back with a battering ram!!

                      And I love the way the blonde bimbo, who after getting her foot caught in a trap seems to be having an orgasm for the rest of the flick!

                      where else can you find classic lines like "Mother this cloth smells of death"?

                      If you like cheesy goodness like this, check out Nightmare City and Zombie Creeping Flesh.

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                      • #26
                        Burial Ground:The Nights Of Terror (RedSabbath Review)


                        Burial Ground:The Nights Of Terror
                        (8.0/10)


                        Once again I have found a movie from my era,
                        the 1980's, that I skipped the first time around
                        (When it first showed up on VHS in 1986, my
                        friends and I skipped it because of it's chessy
                        cover and no pix on the back, in fact we didn't
                        even know it was from 1981 or Italian, which could
                        have changed our minds about picking it up).

                        Now I've seen it in all it's chessy greatness. This
                        movie does stick-out from the barrage of Italian
                        80's cinema, but not neccessarly for the right
                        reasons. This film, about a group of socialites
                        on a retreat to a professor's castle that gets
                        overrun by a bunch of awakened & hungry
                        zombies, will make you feel like you forgot
                        to take out your copies of Zombi 2 or
                        say City Of The Living Dead, but does have
                        unique charms all it's own. One that stuck out to
                        me was the musical score. Instead of the usual
                        "Goblin-like" music these films usually have, Ground's seemed like it was
                        from the late 50's/early 60's. Very strange at first, but
                        then it adds to it's charm. Of course the cast, notably
                        Peter Bark, add to the fun. Y'know, I was fully prepared
                        for seeing a 25 year old man play a youngster through
                        various forums noting it, but when I finally saw him,
                        to me he didn't seem all that out of place...in other words,
                        I think the little bugger actually pulled it off!

                        I should also say, this film has decent zombies. Be it they
                        look like extras from "Tombs Of The Blind Dead", but they look
                        pretty good, minus of course shots where you can clearly see
                        the makeup end and actor begin, and what's up with those
                        black lips behind those gnarly teeth? Gorehounds of the 80's will
                        appreciate the level shown here. It's not a massive splatterfest,
                        but get's the job done. Decent ending too.

                        Overall, if you haven't seen it while you have seen other
                        great 80's Italian Horror, see it to fill your knowledge
                        on it's greats. It doesn't take itself too seriously, in fact
                        parts are unintentionally hilarious, but you'll have a
                        good time nonetheless.
                        Last edited by RedSabbath; 02-21-2008, 06:22 AM.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by RedSabbath View Post

                          Burial Ground:The Nights Of Terror
                          (8.0/10)



                          Overall, if you haven't seen it while you have seen other
                          great 80's Italian Horror, see it to fill your knowledge
                          on it's greats. It doesn't take itself too seriously, in fact
                          parts are unintentionally hilarious
                          , but you'll have a
                          good time nonetheless.
                          Parts? The whole damn movie is unintentionally hilarious. This film beats out Troll 2 for me.

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                          • #28
                            It's Not Airplane!

                            Originally posted by depecheanix View Post
                            Parts? The whole damn movie is unintentionally hilarious.
                            This film beats out Troll 2 for me.
                            Well, the box claims it's the Italian Horror
                            equivalent of The Rocky Horror Picture Show,
                            but I wasn't laughing the whole way through.
                            But yeah, it's not the most serious Horror out there
                            that's for sure !

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by depecheanix View Post
                              Parts? The whole damn movie is unintentionally hilarious.
                              Damn straight.

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                              • #30
                                "Burial Ground"......I love this totally cheesy classic zombie flick. Some good gore...over the top death scenes....atrocious dialogue....some good and horrible makeup effects...and a few shocking scenes make the movie entertaining. Not to mention a few sexy women and a few handsome men..especially the guy who plays "Mark". Karen Well as "Janet" was annoying as hell. The worst English dubbing/dialogue and the lamest character in the movie. I dont know why they didnt kill her off earlier..like before "Leslie's" death. At least the "Leslie" character was smart and a fighter. The incestuous mother/son duo played by Peter Bark and Mariangela Giordano stole the show. That "breast/nipple bite" is a shocker!! Yuck!! I will rate this cheesefest high..just because it is a popular classic zombie flick and because I love it!!

                                8/10

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