SACRAMENTO -- The rolling hills of South Dakota gave birth to "Dances With Wolves." The streets of San Francisco were home to "Dirty Harry." And the gritty world of the Bronx gave life to "The Bonfire of the Vanities."
Only Sacramento, the undisputed shallow-grave capital of the world, could offer us a low-budget horror flick called "Nudist Colony of the Dead."
The plot? Suffice to say that religious fanatics force the closure of the "In the Buff" clothing-optional camp, prompting the nudists there to engage in a bit of ritualistic mass suicide. Years later, when church teen-agers return to the camp for a retreat, the nudists come back to life to exact their revenge.