Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things: Bob Clark's Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things is one of the most inventive zombie movies to come out in the wake of George Romero's Night of the Living Dead. Six friends dig up a corpse named Orville. They decide to experiment with witchcraft and voodoo rituals on the poor rotting Orville, only to be surprised and terrified by the awakening of the dead as they rise from their graves. This film is chilling, tension filled and only for those with strong stomachs, as the "Living Dead" have their grisly revenge on the amateur grave robbers. The graphic violence, gruesome subject matter and unrelenting horror make this movie not for children or adults who scare easily.
The Undertaker And His Pals: An enterprising undertaker forms an unholy alliance with a pair of restaurant owners to supply them with main dishes of fresh meat for their hungry customers. Macabre humor and terror is combined in this exploitation horror film as the residents of a small Southern town are served human flesh as culinary specials of the day. In order to keep the supply of fresh meat coming, the Undertaker and His Pals must visit the town every once in awhile and go on a killing spree. This cult horror film will make you think twice before stopping at a small town Southern diner for lunch or dinner. Great shock film of the 1960s.