Over the years, Armando De Ossorio’s ‘Blind Dead’ series, of which this was the second entry (following Tombs of the Blind Dead and preceding Night of the Seagulls and The Ghost Galleon) has developed a sizeable cult following.
My Lai Four, an Italian war film from 2010 from the same team who bought you the, erm, classic Island of the Living Dead and Zombies: the Beginning. It’s not very good.
The Haunting of Harry Payne, aka Evil Never Dies, is a film that’s been bubbling around for several years before eventually dribbling onto DVD
The 2007 film Outpost was a neat Nazi zombie flick that received generally positive reviews and did very well on DVD. Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz isn’t…
An impressively mis-marketed fantasy that is most assuredly not yet another Ray Winston gangster movie
Petri’s second film was I giorni contati (62), which again featured Salvo Randone. This time he plays Cesare, a plumber and widower who is riding home from work on the bus when it’s discovered that one of the passengers has died.