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The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (1974) DVD review

26 May 2010 12:38 PM, PDT | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

To understand the zombie sub genre you really have to either open your mind very wide or just simply leave your brain at the door; in the case of The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue, the latter is recommended. You'll attract fewer zombies, and additionally be less disappointed.

This film, digitally restored or not, is shamelessly low budget, albeit offering more than an enjoyably sly nod towards George Romero's classic series of zombie films.

The main problem here is that the movie proceeds at the gait of a particularly disabled zombie, with no indication of where the story is going and why we should keep watching.

Our hero is George (Ray Lovelock), a Southern man: brooding, sunglasses, motorcycle -the lot. You can almost smell his masculinity penetrating the stench of re-animated flesh. George is paired with auburn haired Edna (Christine Galbo) through a crooked twisted of fate (she knocks »

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