Does Burial have post credit scene: Set in the last days of World War II, Burial is a made-up story about a small group of Russian soldiers who are told to bring Hitler’s body back to Stalin in Russia in a box.
On the way, German “Werewolf” partisans attack and kill each member of the unit one by one. A brave intelligence officer leads the remaining members of her team in a last stand to protect their cargo from those who want to keep the truth hidden forever.
Nazi ghouls have been in a lot of horror movies, like “The Frozen Dead” from 1966 or “The Boys from Brazil” from 1978. They have also been turned into zombies (too many to list).
“Burial” is about a dead body—the dead body, as far as the end of WWII was concerned—that doesn’t come “back to life” but is still a serious threat.
Not-quite-horror Even though it has a dark theme and mood, Ben Parker’s second film as a director is a well-made period thriller that delivers in terms of action and atmosphere, even if the story isn’t as satisfying as it could be. IFC Midnight will put the U.K. movie that was shot in Estonia in a few U.S. theaters and on-demand platforms on Sept. 2.
Does Burial have post credit scene?
You know the rules: not every Thriller film movie has post credit scene for people who stay until the end of the credits. But when it comes to Burial movie there is no chances of having post credit scene because of scenes & sequels so sadly, Burial not have post credit scene that you want to see.
“Burial” is still a strong thriller and a well-written piece of historical fiction. It is definitely a step up from Parker’s last book, “The Chamber” (2016), which was also about a secret military mission but didn’t rise above four characters yelling at each other in a small submarine. It makes sense that this bigger business stays out in the open air.