|release date||June 7 1980|
|writer||Fabrizio De Angelis|
|starring||Ian McCulloch, Sherri Buchanan|
|tagline||He's a depraved, homicidal killer...and he makes house calls!|
SynopsisA mad scientist lives at an molukk island inhabited by cannibals. He experiments with corpses which he reanimates to zombies. The members of an expidition landing on that island are soon hunted by cannibals and zombies.
If you’re looking for some hardcore spaghetti splatter with extra meat sauce and a second helping of cheese, you’ve come to the right place. Zombie Holocaust is without a doubt one of Italy’s best examples of pure sleaze with an ample amount of gore, nudity, cannibalism, and, most importantly, plagiarism. And not only does the film plagiarize George Romero, but some of the best Italian horror films out there, including Lucio Fulci’s classic Zombie (1979) and Ruggero Deodato’s Cannibal Holocaust (1979). The two stories merge into one gorefest that is sure to please die hard horror aficionados, and make others sick. …Read More