Tombs of the Blind Dead

Tombs of the Blind Dead

Directed by Amando de Ossorio

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A group of friends revive a group of Satan-worshipping zombies who hunt by sound in the first of Spanish horror auteur Amando de Ossorio's Blind Dead films. In the 13th century an order of evil knights sought eternal life by drinking human blood and committing sacrifices. During their execution, crows pecked out each of their eyes. But this wouldn't be a horror movie unless some unsuspecting nudniks stumbled on their tombs and woke them up, leading to a gripping, gruesome chain of events that'll make you wish your own sense of sight wasn't quite so intact.

A group of friends revive a group of Satan-worshipping zombies who hunt by sound.

Cast: Lone Fleming, Cesar Burner, Maria Elena Arpon

Member Reviews

keep your expectations modest. I thought it was fun and it makes be want to revisit the whole series.

mgmac
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1 week ago

awesome, loved it ...

RK68ss
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1 week ago

Very important early horror film. It is a bit surprising that this caused somewhat of such a big stir and was censored, but I guess many things were. Horror is scary, like religion. Hopefully Shudder will add the remaining three films of the Blind Dead series :) 3.5 skulls.

coryg-m
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2 weeks ago

Fun film to watch and appreciate horror cinematography during the time period this was released. Story kept me intrigued, but characters... not really. Zombies were cool looking though, and their history told in this film was interesting. Although, better zombie films during the 70s are out there, this one did what it was meant to do.

WhoReadsThese
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2 weeks ago

Fuckin rad. The mannequin scene...

_____nonny
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2 weeks ago