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A twisted comedy in horror/noir trappings, The Boneyard Collection is a quirky anthology comprised of four short films hosted by Dr. Acula (Forrest J. Ackerman). Things get off to a gruesome start with "Boogie with the Undead," a sinister yarn about an all-girl rock band that's been booked to play in a town overrun by gut-munching zombies. A coven of irresistible witches summon the Devil (Brad Dourif) in order to fend off a particularly inept witch slayer (Ken Foree) in the second segment, and the third segment, entitled "Her Morbid Desires" follows the plight of an actress who lands a role in a vampire movie, only to realize that her co-stars are being slain on set. Things draw to a close when the last Pharaoh of the 4th Dynasty is awakens in mummified form, and becomes incensed to realize that he can't even get a job in horror movies. When his new lawyer offers to take on the role of agent as well, the mummy reveals that what he really wants is to direct. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi