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Blue Demon y Zovek en La invasión de los muertos (1973)

Professor Bruno Volpi spots some strange paintings on a cliff. He sends for Professor Zovek to help him discover its meaning. Zovek uses his powers to figure the writings are a warning that... See full summary »

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Zovek ...
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Christa Linder ...
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Raúl Ramírez ...
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Carlos Cardán ...
Ranchero
Polo Ortín ...
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Angel Paniaga
Gonzalo García
Roberto Y. Palacios ...
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Armando Acosta ...
Ramón Menéndez ...
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Guillermo Ayala
Eduardo Bonada
Francisco Fernández
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Professor Bruno Volpi spots some strange paintings on a cliff. He sends for Professor Zovek to help him discover its meaning. Zovek uses his powers to figure the writings are a warning that a cosmic tragedy is going to happen. Their fears prove to be true when a fire ball falls from the skies causing the ressurrection of the dead as zombies, craving for human flesh. Written by lukejoplin@infolink.com.br

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21 June 1973 (Mexico)  »

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The Invasion of the Dead  »

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Cheap but amusing Mexican version of "Night Of The Living Dead"
7 July 2007 | by (Noctropolis) – See all my reviews

Entertaining movie with sci-fi tones but pretends to be Horror. Although some scenes are really cheap and naive, the movie has a good atmosphere in the likes of "Planet 9".

The fight sequences against the living dead are amusing and ahead of it's time so I can say that the production values are very good.

The score is also satisfying and so the locations (specially the watery cave).

In this movie, two archaeologists and the GREAT Blue Demon face the Living Dead after a giant (!) ball of fir hits earth. The rest is up for you to watch.

It's a good option if you are into Mexican sense of Sci-fi and some cheap fun. Grab some beers and chips and enjoy!


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