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Zombie 3 [Blu-ray]


The Lucio Fulci/Claudio Fragasso Zombie Classic!

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Shortly before completing the sequel to his classic ZOMBIE, the legendary Lucio Fulci became ill and left the Philippines-based production. But when director Bruno Mattei (SHOCKING DARK) and writers Claudio Fragasso & Rosella Drudi (TROLL 2) stepped in to finish, the result became the most “insanely enjoyable” (The Lucid Nightmare) zombie romp in EuroCult history: After a deadly virus is stolen from a government facility, it will unleash a “wildly entertaining” (Realm Of Horror) combination of Fulci’s signature extreme violence, Mattei/Fragasso-style surreal logic, and big bloody buckets of goo-spewing mayhem that must be seen to be believed. Deran Sarafian, Beatrice Ring (INTERZONE) and Massimo Vanni (RATS: NIGHT OF TERROR) star in this “total blast” (Bloody Disgusting), now featuring a 2k scan and uncut for the first time ever in America. Also included is the CD Soundtrack to the film.

Special Features:

  • The Last Zombies – Interview With Co-Director/Co-Writer Claudio Fragasso and Co-Writer Rossella Drudi
  • Tough Guys – Interview with Actors/Stuntmen Massimo Vanni and Ottaviano Dell’Acqua
  • The Problem Solver – Interview with Replacement Director Bruno Mattei
  • Swimming with Zombies – Interview with Actress Marina Loi
  • In the Zombie Factory – Interview with FX Artist Franco Di Girolamo
  • Audio Commentary With Stars Deran Sarafian and Beatrice Ring
  • Trailer
  • Bonus Disc: CD Soundtrack
  1. Kenny Patton

    80s Zombie B movies don’t get any more trashy or gory than this fun gorefest

  2. ProfondoScorpioVelvet15

    Here is another zombie film Fulci created – this time with flying heads, killer birds, zombies that can fight, and a baby monster coming out of pregnant women. It may seem to look like not a normal Fulci film, but Mattei also added in those scenes due to Fulci being ill at that time. Truth is this is Fulci’s film but also the best of both worlds blended by two of Italy’s cult masters. Entertaining in every sense. And great to see this finally deserving its American Blu-Ray release recently (although, I still own the original Shriek Show release on DVD today) for which it’s about time to upgrade now. :)

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