- Directed By: Donald R. Passmore and Klaus Vetter
- 57 Minutes
- Friday, November 18, 2011 9:30 p.m.
Venturing into a cemetery on Friday the 13th, two couples conjure up the living dead, and chaos predictably ensues. Written and produced by the owner of a drive-in theater in Sudbury, Ontario, this $36,000 zombie opus was one of the first Canadian horror films, and remains one of the most obscure, having never been officially released on home video. Features a hilarious gimmick in which a warning buzzer and image of a nauseated man precede the gory scenes as forewarning for squeamish drive-in patrons. (35mm.)