Night of the Seagulls
Directed by Amando de Ossorio
A couple try to save a young woman from being sacrificed by the undead Knights Templar in Amando de Ossorio’s final BLIND DEAD film. In a coastal town, frightened villagers sacrifice virgins to the blood cult of the eyeless zombies, who rise from the sea to feast on flesh, leaving the souls of the damned trapped in the screams of gulls. But when a doctor and his wife move to the town, they foolishly decide to stop a local lass from becoming the ghouls’ next meal. Though the zombies are just as slow-moving as ever, the terror is at its most intense in this entry.
A couple try to save a young woman from being sacrificed by the blind dead Templar knights.
Cast: Víctor Petit, María Kosty, Sandra Mozarowsky
Okay entry in the Blind Dead series, I still think the first one was the freshest and scariest. PS: The actor who played the Doctor looks like a young Hugh Jackman, doesn't he?
Hmmm, I mistook this for that Liz Taylor Monty Cliff film, Suddenly Last Summer.
This film has such an interesting concept and a unique-seeming spin on the zombie genre, but they missed a huge opportunity to really capitalize on the seagull symbolism and the zombies were WAY too easy to fend off considering the villagers have been allegedly fighting them for hundreds of years. Big points for atmosphere, but the plot was too repetitive and underdeveloped to really make an impact.
Another entry in this goofy Italian ultra-slow-moving-zombie saga. Either you like this type of thing (like me) or you don't.
I’m a fan of horror and am in the business which allows me to be more critical. THIS picture would have benefited by retaining a decent continuity producer. When blood is on a face and then disappears/moves locations in the very next scene, there is no excuse for taking shortcuts. Just not a good picture.