Straight from Earl Owensby, the king of the Southern drive-ins, comes this trilogy of horror tales, told with tongue planted firmly in cheek. The first story, "Young Blood," is about a vampire couple who adopt a youngster only to learn the latest member of their brood is a problem child.
Seems the kid is actually a werewolf. "The Guardians" involves some greedy grave robbers who find more trouble than they had anticipated when they try to ply their trade at the St. Francis Abbey cemetery. "Visions of Sugar-Plum" takes the viewer over the river and through the woods straight to
Grandma's house. This is no ordinary grandmother at Christmastime, however. Though she lo...