In spite of the makeshift production values, this is a chilling film. You don't sense the camera crew and director; you feel like you're locked in that mausoleum with the character(s). A couple is en route on their honeymoon when a tragic auto accident kills the bride. The husband spends time in recovery and, upon release from hospital, visits the crypt (perfectly located in a dimly-lit mausoleum). Of course, he gets accidently locked in at the close of the day (it starts to get unnerving here). As he pines for his lost wife, he hears a whimpering, sobbing sound coming from behind the stone seal of her tomb. At this point, your imagination becomes a principal character in the turn of events; could this really be happening? He wouldn't DARE...?!?! What if...is she...will he...!!!!! Sometimes a low-budget works to contribute a unintended pathos and "Till Death" is a prime example. Good story line, very dark and unthinkable but irresistible to watch. I don't believe it is yet available on video, but it should be. I have a 16MM print I love to run on a still summer night in the back yard. Of COURSE it's only a movie and yet... Catch it if you can!