The Living Dead Girl (La Morte vivante)
The Living Dead Girl (La Morte vivante) (1982)

Jean Rollin, the French filmmaker who has earned a potent cult following for his unique blend of eroticism and horror, directed this disturbing tale of a woman who has come back from the dead. When the grave of Catherine (Francoise… More

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Rated: Unrated
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DVD Release Date: November 9, 1999
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Cassandra Maples
Jean Rollin's "La Morte Vivante" or "The Living Dead Girl" is an excellent erotic ultra-gory vampire tale and I like it very much.The… More
David Ladd
La Morte Vivante, or The Living Dead Girl as it's more commonly known as to English speaking audiences, starts with three men in a white van pulling up… More
Greg S
A dead girl comes to life, feeds on the living, and seeks out her childhood blood sister. Bad horror with nudity, silly gore and lots of long dull patches. The… More
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Classic! Different, must see!
Aj V
A great horror movie. It's faster paced than Rollin's other movies, and a lot more bloody, but it still has enough of his signature atmosphere and… More