We made the mistake by giving McGuire the pick for this week's episode, and he picked the incredibly strange 1981 Italian zombie flick Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror.
To say this movie has some unsettling scenes really doesn't adequately describe what you're in for. It's not over-the-top bad, mind you, it's just a really weird movie about an archaeology professor who discovers an ancient crypt that just so happens to house zombies.
Of course, the zombies go ape shit and kill everyone in their path with various weapons and/or gardening tools. Oh, and there's this really creepy kid that gives new meaning to "Oedipus complex."
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About the podcast
In each episode of the podcast, Cory, Robert, Codi and Chris take a look at a different horror movie and break down what made it great (or terrible) and also share some true stories from growing up in a small Texas town where all was not what it seemed.
About the Blood Sucking Geeks
The Blood Sucking Geeks is made up of four childhood friends who grew up in s****y Crowley, Texas, where all they could do is watch horror movies and terrorize the townsfolk by stealing all their Christmas decorations. Today, the guys still watch horror movies (but don't steal any decorations anymore), and now they've made a podcast to chronicle all their tales.