David (Dylan Knight) visits the graveyard to visit a loved one, but
can't shake the feeling he isn't alone there ... can't shake the feeling
to such an extent that he's attacked or thinks he's attacked by a couple
of female vampires (Marie
Buck) - but of course, vampires are not real and it was all just a dream
... or was it?
Ode to the Night, set to the poem of the same name by
the film's narrator Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc, is basically a very effective
exercise in atmospheric filmmaking, something its director John H. Shelton
is very good at - and thus he gets the most out of his graveyard sets and
uses all cinematic tricks at his disposal to make these scenes rather
Quite worth a watch, really!
... and you might want
to catch it here, too: