- Directed by León Klimovsky
- Starring Tota Alba, Carlos Ballesteros, Barta Barri, Roberto Camardiel
- Written by Juan José Daza, Juan José Daza
Night of the Walking Dead (1975) -- Leon Klimovsky's wonderful Spanish vampire tale. A prime slice of Euro trash horror. Featuring a groovy, solarized opening credit sequence slathered in heavily distorted guitar playing which sounds like Link Wray on heavy psychedelics, Night of the Walking Dead is, of course, set in some vaguely late 19th century European burg. The buxom young ladies of the town are succumbing to what local doctor Patrick describes as attacks of anemia, but we (and everyone else in town) know better! Patrick is called in to treat mopey Catherine (Emma Cohen), a wealthy young woman who's lost her appetite and keeps having fainting spells. Anemia...or the malevolent intervention of a supernatural bloodsucker? You decide! A prime slice of Eurotrash sleaze, this Leon Klimovsky film features nudity, gore, and awful dubbing--in other words, everything you need for an enjoyable ninety minute diversion.
Night of the Walking Dead DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 8/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.