Tombs Of The Blind Dead (Noche del terror ciego)
Tombs Of The Blind Dead (Noche del terror ciego) (1972)

In 1971, director Amando de Ossorio created what horror fans worldwide consider to be Spain's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. In Ossorio's nightmare vision, a legion of Knights Templar - executed horsemen whose eyes had been pecked out by… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: September 29, 1972
DVD Release Date: September 27, 2005
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Critic Score: 57% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Tim Brayton
Antagony & Ecstasy

While nearly all of the Italian zombie films were one shade of awful or another, Tombs is a good film, even a great one: one of the highlights of 1970s Spanish cinema and among the very best examples of its oft-indefensible genre.

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Rob Humanick
Projection Booth

Paces along with a sense of business-as-usual obligation when it would benefit most from turning the trash meter up to eleven.

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Keith Breese

an elegiac counter-vision that is much more fanciful than Night of the Living Dead dand wholly continental.

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Flixster Audience Score: 59% Flixster User Reviews
Bruce Bruce
A film directed by Amando de Ossorio one of the many he followed up with. The tomb raiders costumes are old school, but in 1970 they must have been top of the… More
A.D. Villarreal
A zombie-ish tale about a sect of the Knights Templar who turn cannibal, are killed and then come back to eat some more. Great atmosphere and the Knights look… More
Randy Tippy
A drive-in classic. At least three different edits are circulating; the original director's cut, an "American Version" (less skin, no lesbians),… More
Robert C
There are aactually several different "Blind Dead" films to enjoy, this is the first one that I saw. The actual "blind dead" creatures are… More