Yikes: that theme music is creepy
but it sounds actually like a bunch of drunk monks singing over dropped kitchen utensils.
True, and one thing that ruins the atmosphere of the last film, "Night Of The Seagulls" is the over-use of the "clip-clop" used for the horses as the Templars come to the beach to collect their sacrifice.
Other than that, the only other thing I can think of that ruins the other films, is the obvious fake effigies of the Templars that were being "burned" to death at the beginning of the second film, "Return Of The Blind Dead." The scene was so fake. That, and the hands of the Templars, those "grabby" looking things.
The better option would have been to put makeup on the hands and in a way that blended in with the skeletal remains of the rest of them. All in all though, I truly enjoyed the unique take on the living dead and the atmosphere of the Templars rising from the old church grounds. True lost classics!