PG | | Horror
As part of an initiation into a club called the Sisters, a young girl must spend the night in a mausoleum.
The man driving the blue car when the girls run the first stop sign is writer Michael Hawes. They didn't have a stunt driver and everyone else was afraid of having a collision, so Hawes volunteered to do the stunt in his own car.
Let's book up!
Leslie: What's the big rush?
Carol: I wanna get there before it closes, nerdle brain!
Leslie: Nerdle brain; very nice.
The pose of the man with the black glasses is changed between the two continuous shots when pair comes back from the funeral.
Billed as the "Director's Cut," the alternative version of "One Dark Night" available on the Shriek Show DVD is the filmmaker's original cut, which doesn't include completed effects and music. Much of this version is comprised of alternative takes and additional dialogue, and it includes less of Melissa Newman, who producers expanded the role of.