The Night Evelyn Came out of the Grave - Uncut (Remastered)
movies are a dime a dozen and before the stampede and campy-ness of the
1980's horror movies hit our screens, the 1970's also produced some
interesting tales with the Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave, no
exception to the rule.
The story stars Anthony Steffen as an English aristocrat who mourns his
dead wife Evenlyn. However, in order to put some substance back into his
life, our star decides to hire a string of ladies of the night, all with
red hair to help fulfil the gap that Evelyn left, unfortunately for
these women, they are never seen again.
To further compound the situation for our young aristocrat, he decides
to marry a drop-dead gorgeous blonde played by the delightful Marina
Malfatti when strange apparitions appear that lead our main character to
believe that Evelyn has returned from the grave.
Creepy sets and budget effects really add to the ambience of the Night
Evelyn Came that is directed by Emilio Miraglia, this movie is your
classic 70's horror that features enough scares and plot twists to
really draw you into this movie and to make things even more
interesting, the title has been remastered in glorious widescreen and
Dolby Digital stereo. Worth a look for those wishing to travel down
memory lane. Although I must admit, the movie is quite clichéd and
predictable at the best of times.