If they spent more than $12 on making this film it's only because they made a second donut run. Although a valiant effort, and probably worth a B- in a high school film class, this was clearly an amateur project. And where do you find elderly actors still performing at high school play level? Stilted, amateur acting. Pretensious camera angle directing. Silly effects and tired old predictable spook movie ploys. The best part of the movie was the ending where the main actor, plot, and thankfully the film, were finally buried alive.
I put this movie in my queue based on the other two reviews here. I don't know if I'm more disappointed in the film or in the other reviewers. A lot of improvements would need to be made before this movie could come up to the quality of a "B" movie. The dialog is lame, the acting is terrible, the story line has been done better a thousand times. If this had been made in black & white and had vintage cars in it one would think it was made in the 50's. It's a shame Elvira Mistress of the Dark is retired since the fade to black breaks are already there and just waiting for her to make a corny joke. If this movie were a bit campy you could at least get a laugh out of it. Alas, it's too sorry to be funny.