Graveyard Alive is an Anglo-Quebec horror comedy directed by Elza Kephart. Shot in contrasting black and white reminiscent of the past hours of genre cinema, this is undoubtedly Quebec's first zombie film. Story: Patsy Powers (Day-Jones) is a homely nurse who pines for handsome Dr. Dox (Gerhardt). Unfortunately for Patsy, the well-favoured physician only has eyes for pretty Goodie Tueshuez (Slan) - a jealous-minded nurse obsessed with popularity. When a foul-smelling woodsman is admitted to the hospital with an axe imbedded in his forehead, the rest of the nurse staff runs for cover as kindly Patsy and the injured worker form a warm bond.