Celluloid Terrors Double Feature: Gator Meat/Bury Me Screaming by P. J. Thorndyke
Two Novellas of Gruesome Terror!
Louisiana, 1966. A seedy hotel in the bayou, a crew of ruthless gangsters, and two teenage killers on the run. Who will walk away with $20,000 of mob money and who will stay in the swamp forever?
Bury Me Screaming
England, 1972. A dying man calls his children to his haunted Surrey home. Think Christmas with your family is dire? Try resentful children, a vengeful ghost, and a dark family secret.
Gator Meat is inspired by '60s American exploitation horror and Bury Me Screaming is an homage to the British horror films of the '70s made by Hammer and Amicus.