A great low (with a very small l) budget movie from the early 1970's genius, in my eyes anyway, Alan Ormsby; not forgetting, as I had, plenty assistance from director and co-writer Bob Clark (thanks Guy).
Ormsby co-wrote this and as it was his first movie he allowed himself to ham it up in the lead role as the leader of a gang who desecrate a graveyard to try and raise the dead. Having seemingly failed they take a corpse (Orville) into the caretakers house and proceed to assault it with low budget jokes that even Cannon and Ball have long since forgotten. You just know what is going to happen next, don't you?
Apart from Alan, looking like a prototype Johnny Depp with goatee beard there's a good performance by his wife Anya, as the wide-eyed Anya and from Jane Daly as Terry.
I have very fond memories of this movie and it was great to watch it again, it is like a cinematic version of Forrest J. Ackerman's Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine, leaving no pun unturned. Don't watch this for earth shattering effects, watch it for sheer fun.
The extras are pretty light, filmography, FOH stills etc.
Alan Ormsby himself went on to bigger and better things as a writer but I'll always thank him for this little gem.