Today's pick for 31 days of classic horror is the 1958 movie, "I Bury the Living." An underrated movie that was directed by, Albert Band. It starred, Richard Boone, Theodore Bikel, Peggy Mauer, and Howard Smith.
The film is about a director of a cemetery (Boone) who believes that he is causing the death of living owners of burial plots by just moving the pins and the color of the pins. It's a weird concept but overall this low-budget horror thriller is interesting and creepy enough to keep you glued to the film.
For fans of Charles Band movies, Albert was his father, just for fun fact there. Richard Boone was a prolific actor both in TV and movies too.
Anyway for those who want to watch this movie for free and legal, Archive.org has a copy that can be watched or downloaded. It's worth the watch and highly underrated for that matter. The film isn't perfect but it still is creepy and makes a good horror flick. It's different too.
So "I Bury the Living," is today's pick for 31 days of classic horror. This 1958 horror flick is something to watch if one hasn't yet.