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Dead Pit (1989) Review

17 May 2012 6:35 PM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

By Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

Dead Pit” (1989)

Directed By: Brett Leonard

Written By: Brett Leonard & Gimel Everett

Starring: Danny Gochnauer (Dr. Ramzi), Cheryl Lawson (Jane Doe), Jeremy Slate (Dr. Swan), Stephen Foster (Christian Meyers), Geha Getz (Sister Clair), Joan Bechtel (Nurse Kygar), Mara Everett (Nurse Robbins)

Dead Pit” turned out to be a pleasant surprise in the zombie genre. Generally not well known, this flick adds a surprisingly good supernatural flare to a traditional zombie movie.

I’ve seen a lot of painful zombie films but was pleased I didn’t have to add this one to that list! It received positive reviews from critics at the time. It has been released on VHS and DVD.

The plot starts us off twenty years in the past to a former Doctor Ramzi (Danny Gochnauer) torturing his patients. He is murdered, buried, and sealed in the basement to be forgotten entirely.

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