Gary Sherman – Dead & Buried (1981)
Potters Bluff, Rhode Island. may seem to be a sleepy little town. At least for the casual visitor and the local sheriff, Daniel Gillis. However, all of a sudden, there are a lot of strange murders where strangers or people passing through are killed by mobs of townspeople. Only Sheriff Gillis has no clue to what’s going on. Fortunately, the town has an excellent undertaker, William G. Dobbs, who is happy to take care of this sudden death-wave which is good for his business. – imdb
With a great crew, and heaps of fine spooky atmosphere, Dead & Buried is in a class all it’s own. The film has a few scares and some gore, but what makes the film so special is the fact that it just exudes terror from nearly start to finish. Best of all, Dead & Buried is never cheesy. I wouldn’t necessarily rank it as one of the greatest horror films of all time, but it certainly ranks up there as one of the true greats – if that makes any sense. In any event, if you have yet to discover the joys of Dead & Buried and claim yourself to be a true fan of horror, you owe it to yourself to give this disc a once over.
+Commentary with Director Gary A. Sherman
+Commentary with Co-Writer/Co-Producer Ron Shusett and Actress Linda Turley
+(Commentary with Cinematographer Steve Poster
2.08GB | 1h 33m | 1024×576 | mkv
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