Zombie Flesh Eaters (DVD)

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Zombie Flesh Eaters (DVD)

In ZOMBIE FLESH EATERS, a young woman named Anne (Tisa Farrow) joins forces with reporter Peter West (Ian Mc Culloch) in a search for her missing fath...

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ProGreat effects, and zombies that are NOT blue

ConsMost UK releases are heavily cut

I think most lovers of horror movies love a zombie picture, but to be perfectly fair how often does a zombie give you a scare. Yes people will always say that George Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead is the finest movie of its style, but did it give you any scares? While American George Romero and...

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“"The dead are among us!"”

published 23/05/2011

Procreepy atmosphere, great music, simple but engagin...

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The most well-known of all of Italian director Lucio Fulci's films, the 1979 horror 'Zombie Flesh Eaters' opens with a seemingly uninhabited yacht floating aimlessly into New York Harbour, but when the coastguard board the craft and investigate they discover it to be occupied by several hideous...

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In ZOMBIE FLESH EATERS, a young woman named Anne (Tisa Farrow) joins forces with reporter Peter West (Ian Mc Culloch) in a search for her missing father, whose abandoned yacht was the scene of a New York harbor patrolman's brutal murder. The investigation leads them to the remote Caribbean island Matul, where they are thrust into a life threatening battle with an army of flesh-eating zombies. Horror maestro Lucio Fulci's (THE BEYOND) visceral 1979 film paved the way for the early 1980s Italian zombie and cannibal craze. The movie was titled ZOMBI 2 in Europe to cash in on the success of George A. Romero's DAWN OF THE DEAD, which was produced in Italy as ZOMBI by Dario Argento.

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