|Anyone famous in it?||Jack Taylor - American actor who worked with Spanish cinema legends Paul Naschy and Jess Franco.|
|Directed by anyone interesting?||Amando de Ossorio - a lesser known Spanish director who shot all four official Blind Dead films, as well as a variety of even more obscure horror titles.|
|Is it scary?||Not really.|
|Any violence/gore?||Some blood and a little gore.
|Who is it for?
||Only for Blind Dead series completists.
|Good Soundtrack?||Spanish horror composer Antón García Abril gives a rather flat track.|
|Follows:||La Noche del terror ciego [a.k.a Tombs of the Blind Dead] - the creepy, but poorly written first film.|
El Ataque de los muertos sin ojos [a.k.a Return of the Evil Dead] (1973) - the superior sequel.
|Sequels:||La Noche de las gaviotas [a.k.a Night of the Seagulls] (1975) - the effective final chapter. |
|Inspired by:||Night of the Living Dead (1968) - George Romero's seminal zombie chiller.|
|Led to:||Mansion of the Living Dead (1982) - Jess Franco's perverse, sex-filled riff on the Blind Dead.|
|Visuals||Original Aspect Ratio - 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen. Colour
The print is decent with good colours and minimal print damage with only mild grain.
|Audio||Original Spanish and English audio - sound fine. The Spanish track plays slightly better.
|Subtitles||English - translates the Spanish track and reads well. The text is yellow.|
|Extras||The disc includes:
|Availability||Released as a single disc as detailed here, or the same disc is available as part of the Blind Dead Collection boxset, along with a bonus disc and detailed booklet.|
|Region||Region 1 (USA, North America) - NTSC
Anchor Bay UK release contains a similar quality version of the the film without the Spanish audio track.
|Cuts?||The film is believed to be uncut. The print used is English language.|