Le Notti del terrore (Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror) (The Zombie Dead)
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Le Notti del terrore (Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror) (The Zombie Dead)
Another entry in a nearly endless string of Italian variants on George A. Romero's zombie films, Andrew Bianchi's Le Notti del Terrore borrows its scenario most heavily from Night of the Living Dead. The story opens with a loony professor unsealing a crypt and releasing voodoo-animated corpses, who immediately make up for lost time by devouring him and every other living human within reach. They eventually gate-crash the professor's posh country villa where a collection of painfully annoying upper-crust types are throwing a party... and since these jet-setters are also phenomenally… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"It featured a very disturbing character and subplot that pushed it out in front of the pack (not that zombies move very quickly, so it's easy to outdistance them)."
‑ Michael W. Phillips, Jr., Goatdog's Movies