So Day 30 has been generally reserved for zombie stuff of some kind or another, so what is 2009 to shy away from such fun? We start off with the trailer for 1971’s The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave. And as you’ll see, the grave was not–depending on which portion of the trailer you’re watching–kind to her. As you might expect.
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“Dammit, isn’t it just like Evelyn not to make up her mind? In the grave or out of the grave, Evelyn! Come on now, this is getting ridiculous!”
Unfortunately, our next selection is nowhere near as exciting as it makes itself out to be: Tombs of the Blind Dead (we posted the entirety of film #3 in this series earlier: Ghost Galleon). It looks awesome: blind Templar zombies, back from the dead and hunting via sound. But basically the trailer’s as good as it gets. Good thing this is the post about trailers! Hey, planning!
Last year at this time we were checking out trailers for Shock Waves and Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things. The year before that, we were all about surviving the zombie onslaught.