The newly installed radio transmitter using ultra sonic wavelengths has caused all the corpses in the local cemetaries to rise up. The zombies go on a rampage in a endless search for blood.

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Kwang-ok Yu
Myeong Kang
Am Park
Ok-hwan Hwang
Yun-jeong Hong
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The newly installed radio transmitter using ultra sonic wavelengths has caused all the corpses in the local cemetaries to rise up. The zombies go on a rampage in a endless search for blood.

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10 April 1981 (South Korea)  »

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Strange Dead Bodies  »

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Korean "Let Sleeping Corpses Lie"
28 August 2010 | by (Chyby, Poland) – See all my reviews

"Strange Dead Bodies" is a Korean first zombie flick heavily influenced by Jorge Grau's fantastic "Let Sleeping Corpses Lie".Su-ji picks up hitchhiking Kang Myung on the road.She wants to see her brother-in-law.Unfortunately our duo finds Su-ji's brother-in-law dead.In the meantime some lab scientists are performing experiments with a radio transmitter,which unleashes living dead.When Su-ji and Kang Myung arrive to an old and abandoned home they are attacked by a group of radio wave zombies.I wanted to see "Strange Dead Bodies" for many years and finally it happened."Strange Dead Bodies" is obviously not as gory as "Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue",but the visuals are nice and the acting is decent.If you dig ultra-obscure zombie flicks "Goeshi" is a must-see.8 out of 10.


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