Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things 1972

director: Benjamin Clark [Bob Clark]  



United States

Alternative Titles

  • Zombie Graveyard
  • Zreaks
  • Things from the Grave



This macabre chilling tale of terror is a veritable classic of it's [sic] genre. Told in whispers lest the horror become too real, or lest the blood boil and the eyeballs burst in excruciating devastation. A tale too terrifying to tamper with, it tells of the doomed jaunts of some very misguided mortals who dared taunt the great unknown, those that are beyond this earth... those that are dead and... dare I say, buried! The misguided are a troupe of travelling repertory actors, well versed in the rights and wrongs of what they are about to embark on, that is, to sail, in the dead of night, to a lonely and desolate island. Not just any island, but a consecrated island, a brutal island, where spirits and souls turn restlessly in their graves. Witchcraft and voodoo have always fascinated man, now man was to be the final fascination for witchcraft. It all starts as a practical joke, with a mock raising of the dead, but before long a most bizarre and truly terrifying happening was to take place which was enough to chill the blood of all those present... those that were still alive! When the earth gives up its dead, the sight is too grotesque to describe, but when those dead take revenge on their unwelcome visitors, the brain begins to boil, the heart begins to race and....

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Distributor Intervision
Catalogue Number A-A0018
Release Series
Release Date 1979
Duration: 77m 45s
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Notes Second release, picture carton.
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