La Rebelión de las muertas (Vengeance of the Zombies)(Walk of the Dead) (1973)

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In this spooky mystery, Scotland Yard embarks upon its most terrifying investigation that centers on a young girl's murder. Soon the hapless inspectors find London is filled with an army of the living dead raised by a vengeful madman. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Rating:
NR
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Art House & International , Classics , Drama , Horror
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Independent Artists (I)

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I have to ask what happen to Paul Naschy in this film, usually his films are better then this. Paul plats 3 different parts in this movie which I found under the Spanish Horror Collection. The film is about voodoo and zombies, except all these zombies are beautiful women who don't eat flesh they just seem to choke guys to death, now there's a change. Made little sense, Comes in Spanish or English, with English subtitles, been my experience that English dubs really suck in most movies, this is no exception, but even in Spanish with English subtitles this one still blows. 2 stars

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

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It has a few amusing moments, including Naschy as an Indian guru simply because he has a turban on his head, but overall it's a little slow and plodding to wade through to see where its going. Also noteworthy is Naschy's makeup job as a disfigured character, which looks like a melted oil-painting on the side of his face. Worth a look for a rather different take on the genre, but probably won't change the way you look at cinema.

Bill Bryant
Bill Bryant

Except for Naschy's dual roles, not much to recommend here. The obnoxious jazz it at odds with the action, and the slo-mo zombie attacks become laugable after a while. And how exactly does commanding a few zombies lead one to take over the world? Particularly disappointing after seeing Naschy's excellent Night of the Werewolf the week before.

Mike Boas
Mike Boas

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