I'll Bury You Tomorrow marked the directorial debut of Alan Rowe Kelly (who also stars in this titular horror film as funeral home employee Corey Nichols) about a unusual female drifter, Dolores (Zoe Daelman Chlanda), who has MANY skeletons in her closet, including one big one involving her penchant for necrophilia. Once Dolores is hired on at the Funeral Home of Port Oram, she starts to engage in her strange little hobby all while suffering visions of her past. This story is secondary to another one involving Corey Nichols and fellow employee/trouble maker/lover Jerry Murdoch who steal the bodies before they're buried and sell them on the black market. When these two stories collide, a gothic-style melee of backstabbing, murder, and a mess of blood ensue. For what it's worth, I'll Bury You Tomorrow spins an amazing story. The writing behind this is spectacular, however, the movie is almost painstakingly low-budget and it goes on and on for much too long (the movie clocks in at almost 2 hours). After awhile, I found myself constantly looking at my watch, which I feel bad about because the story is really good and you can see that Kelly's debut shows major talent (and it has as he/she has made a small string of better and better movies). I will say that your patience is rewarded when watching this film as the last 15-20 minutes really pick up and becoming engaging and entertaining, leading towards a very grim, dark, and creepy ending. If you can get past the low-budget quality and overlong running time of this film, you may like this ambitious film.