zero budget but awesome location.
This movie shows that the choice of location can more than make up for what is obviously a no-budget film.
The sea coast settlement where this was shot makes this one of the most atmospheric films (horror or otherwise) I have ever seen.
I have often thought that before writing/directing 'Night', Amando De Ossorio probably watched 'Straw Dogs' and 'Wicker Man'. His movie contains a lot of similarities to those two fine pictures.
Certainly the best of the Blind Dead sequels.
Never the less a flawed film, the casting of 'Teddy' being the worst mistake! (He is annoyingly similar to the 'village idiot' character who appeared in 'I Spit on your Grave')