Arriving in town shortly before sunset, Oya and Melih find no place to
stay but the deceased Mr Adem's creepy mansion, which freaks both of them
out a little, especially since butler Hasan - who has for some reason
expected them -, acts more than a little scary. But he is not the real
problem, the real problem are the dead that rise from their graves and
kill them both ...
One month later: Sema, the new teacher, arrives in town, and she too
finds no other place to stay but Mr Adem's mansion - but she is a
level-headed woman, finds butler Hasan no more than a little peculiar and
is not scared easily by stories about the dead that walk ... and as such,
she soon makes friends with hunter Kerem, also an out-of-towner who
believes the local ghost stories no more than old-wife-tales.
Eventually though, the dead rise once more, and kill many of Sema's
acquaintances, and she is only saved by a sacred medallion she wears
around her neck - and in the end, she, Kerem and two of Kerem's hunter
friends put a stop to the walking dead for good, using some sort of
A very cheaply made and therefore extremely crude horror flick: The
dead mainly scare their prospected victims (do death) by laughing
maniacally and stalking them not in the least subtle - so no, by all
means, The Dead Don't Talk is not a good film, but if cheap
and crude is yours, you might be amused anyway.