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1977 (USA) See more »
The Knight Templars return in this fourth installment of the Blind Dead series. On this outing, the Templars haunt a fishing village... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)
Víctor Petit ... Dr. Henry Stein
María Kosty ... Joan Stein (as Maria Kosti)
Sandra Mozarowsky ... Lucy (as Sandra Mozarosky)
José Antonio Calvo ... Teddy (as Jan Antonio Castro)
Julia Saly ... Tilda Flanagan (as Julie James)
Javier de Rivera ... Doctor
Pilar Vela
Fernando Villena ... Flanagan
María Vidal ... Mrs. Flanagan
Oscar Phens
Susana Estrada ... Girl sacrificed at the beginning
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Luis Ciges

Directed by
Amando de Ossorio 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Amando de Ossorio  screenplay
Amando de Ossorio  story

Produced by
José Ángel Santos .... executive producer (as Jose Angel Santos)
José Antonio Pérez Giner .... producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Antón García Abril  (as Anton Garcia Abril)
Cinematography by
Francisco Sánchez (photography) (as Francisco Sanchez)
Film Editing by
Pedro del Rey 
Costume Design by
Rosa García 
Makeup Department
Ana Criado .... hair stylist
Cristóbal Criado .... makeup artist (as Cristobal Criado)
Luis Criado .... assistant makeup artist
Amando de Ossorio .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Modesto Pérez Redondo .... production manager (as Modesto Perez Redondo)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Pedro Pardo .... assistant director
Art Department
Gumersindo Andrés .... set designer (as Gumersindo Andres)
Sound Department
Luis Castro .... sound effects
Special Effects by
Amando de Ossorio .... special effects
Pablo Pérez .... special effects
Soria-Molina .... special effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Alfredo Fernández .... camera operator (as Alfredo Fernandez)
Antonio Luengo .... still photographer
Manuel Mateos .... assistant camera
Fernando Moreno .... chief electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rosa García .... wardrobe (as Rosa Garcia)
Editorial Department
Blanca Rodríguez .... assistant editor (as Blanca Rodriguez)
Other crew
Ramón Escribano .... production assistant
Isabel Ruiz Capillas .... script girl (as Maribel Ruiz Capillas)
Víctor Vázquez .... production assistant (as Victor Vazquez)
Crew believed to be complete

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Also Known As:
"La noche de las gaviotas" - Spain (original title)
"Night of the Evil Dead" - USA (reissue title)
"Night of the Sea Gulls" - Canada (English title) (imdb display title)
"The Blind Dead 4" - USA
"The Night of the Sea Gulls" - USA (DVD title)
"Zombi 8" - USA (reissue title)
"Terror Beach" - Japan (English title) (video box title)
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89 min
Color (Gevacolor)
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Referenced in Un genio en apuros (1983)See more »


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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
The Blind Dead's Creepy Finale, 23 February 2007
Author: Bensch

The fourth installment of Amando De Ossorio's 'Blind Dead' series, "La Noche De Las Gaviotas" aka. "Night Of The Seagulls" is a very creepy Spanish Horror Exploitation flick, and, after the great original, the second best part of the series.

When Dr. Henry Stein (Víctor Petit) and his wife Joan (María Kosti) come to a fishing village in the middle of nowhere, where Henry is to replace the old local doctor, the locals seem hostile and refuse to talk to the young couple. The young couple hear strange noises at night, and after they employ a local girl, Lucy (Sandra Mozarowsky), they begin to find out why the locals are not so keen on talking to strangers. The little village is haunted by the Living Dead. Devil-worshiping Templars, who had been blinded and executed for their evil habit of sacrificing young women and drinking their blood in order to gain eternal life in medieval times, rise from their graves for seven nights every seven years. And the villagers have to pay a horrible price to the blind dead for sparing their village...

"Night Of The Seagulls" is not quite as great as "Lan Noche Del Terror Ciego" aka "Tombs Of The Blind Dead", the first part of the series, but it is definitely a very entertaining horror flick and creepy as hell. The performances are better than in the second and third part, Víctor Petit and María Kosti are good in the leading roles and Sandra Mozarowsky (who was only 16 when this film was made, and who sadly committed suicide at the age of only 18 in 1977) fits into the role of Lucy very well. Amando De Ossorio definitely invented some of the horror cinema's creepiest creatures when he created the Blind Dead, and these evil Templars are once again scary as hell. This fourth installment of the series is, in my opinion, actually the second-creepiest part after the first. The incredibly eerie score was one of the greatest aspects of "Tombs Of The Blind Dead", and since it worked so well with the first one, Amando De Ossorio wisely used it for all of the sequels too. And I couldn't imagine any other score that would fit as well into "Night Of The Seagulls", as this eerie choir, which manages to even intensify the creepiness and suspense. The last part of the "Blind Dead" series, and the second-best to the first, "Night Of The Seagulls" is a creepy and amazing little film that no lover of Eurohorror can afford to miss!

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