I Bury The Living (Alpha)
Robert (Richard Boone), the manager of a cemetery, begins a tortuous descent into insanity when people owning grave plots begin to die at an alarming rate - seemingly by his hand. On the graveyard grounds map, a black pin in a plot means death, white means life. When the pins get mixed up and strange accidents happen, Robert believes he has the power of life and death. In a hideous experiment the manager resurrects the newly buried, culminating in a night that leaves him in a state of frenetic dementia pursued by a murderer! Filmed in nine days on location at an LA cemetery, I Bury the Living is a psychological horror film with the supernatural overtones and striking expressionistic production design by Edward Vorkapich. This movie reflects the inner mind of a man losing his grip on reality.
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