15 July 2019 | evetilly
Not Brownrigg's Best
Keep My Grave Open has a better concept than execution with most of the film playing like a Tennessee Williams pot boiler with a creepy brother/sister alone in an old country house. There's also a sword wielding killer who pops up here and there, causing some bloody damage.
As usual, he has attracted a committed group of actors, but the story just isn't as exciting as it should be. When it should be thrilling, it just meanders. It's still worth a watch for Brownrigg fans. Even mediocre Browrigg films have more imagination than most big studio films do.