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C&L's Saturday Night Chiller Theater: I Bury The Living (1958)

A cult classic from the Cold War!

It turns out, cemetery administration is not just about elegant cocktail parties and all-night raves.

In fact, if you're a cemetery administrator who suddenly comes to believe you have been given the power of life and death by arranging pins on a planogram (It's a word. Look it up), things can get really creepy, really fast.

Directed by famed B-movie director Albert Band and beefed up with name actors like Richard Boone and Theodore Bikel, "I Bury the Living" is part noir... and part Twilight Zone... and just the thing for a long winter night.


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