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The Blind Dead Collection (Tombs of the Blind Dead / Return of the Evil Dead / The Ghost Galleon / Night of the Seagulls / Amando De Ossorio- Director)


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  • Actors: Tony Kendall, César Burner, Fernando Sancho, Esperanza Roy, Frank Braña
  • Directors: Amando de Ossorio
  • Writers: Amando de Ossorio, Jesús Navarro Carrión
  • Producers: José Antonio Pérez Giner, José Luis Bermúdez de Castro Acaso, José Ángel Santos, Modesto Pérez Redondo, Ramón Plana
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Blue Underground
  • DVD Release Date: September 27, 2005
  • Run Time: 573 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000AM6MVO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,201 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

  • Disc 1: TOMBS OF THE BLIND DEAD (English and Spanish Versions)
  • Alternate Opening Sequence - REVENGE OF THE PLANET APE
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Poster & Still Gallery
  • Disc 2: RETURN OF THE EVIL DEAD (English and Spanish Versions)
  • Theatrical Trailers
  • Disc 3: THE GHOST GALLEON
  • U.S. Advertising: HORROR OF THE ZOMBIES Theatrical Trailer, TV Spot and Radio Spots
  • Disc 4: NIGHT OF THE SEAGULLS
  • Disc 5: AMANDO DE OSSORIO - DIRECTOR
  • The Last Templar - Documentary on Writer/Director Amando de Ossorio
  • Unearthing the Blind Dead – Interview with Writer/Director Amando de Ossorio
  • Farewell to Spain's Knight of Horror (DVD-ROM)
  • KNIGHTS OF TERROR - Collectable 40 page Book

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Product Description

The Most Terrifying Creatures In The History Of Horror Are Together For The First Time!

They are called THE BLIND DEAD, heretic horsemen whose eyes were burned out to prevent them from finding their way back from Hell. Over the course of 4 unforgettable films, writer/director AMANDO DE OSSORIO created what fright film fans worldwide consider to be one of the most startling series in horror history. This unique quartet of terrifying films deliver a relentless onslaught of creepy atmosphere, shocking violence, forbidden sexuality, and the still-chilling icons of EuroHorror: The eyeless undead who hunt by sound in their quest for human flesh. Don't move...don't breathe...don't let them hear your heart beating: THE BLIND DEAD are back!

Blue Underground is proud to present the DEFINITIVE EDITIONS of these four long-unseen classics, now fully restored from original vault materials and remastered in heart-stopping HIGH DEFINITION. This LIMITED EDITION COLLECTION also contains an exclusive BONUS DISC of interviews with the late AMANDO DE OSSORIO, a collectable booklet and more eye-popping Extras, all packaged in a killer coffin-shaped box!

Review

"Extraordinarily Creepy With An Ingenious Twist...One of the best horror movies you've never seen!" -- Fangoria

"Icons In The History Of Terror Films...THE BLIND DEAD can proudly join the ranks of classic film monsters!" -- Scifilm

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84 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Lunar Strain on August 18, 2005
Format: DVD
Finally us Eurohorror fans get something to sink our teeth into, a complete 5 disc box set featuring all four Blind Dead films together for the first time!

The first disc is Tombs of the Blind Dead. If you owned (I said "owned" because hopefully you've sold it by the time this box set comes out) the previous double feature release by Anchor Bay Entertainment, forget all about is as this disc blows their version away. Now you don't only have to watch it in in Spanish with English subtitles as you can choose to watch English dubbed or subtitled versions. Some people prefer subtitles and some prefer dubbing, and Blue Underground Entertainment has graciously allowed both options to please fans. The special features include the alternate opening sequence entitled "REVENGE OF THE PLANET APE" as well as the English theatrical trailer and a Poster/Still gallery.

The second disc is "Return of the Evil Dead", and again it is much better than the original Anchor Bay release. That version you can only watched dubbed, but here you can watch it subtitled or dubbed. The Anchor Bay version was also not the complete version of the film. Blue Underground's new release is FULLY UNCUT for the first time on DVD! The extras include the U.S. & Spanish Theatrical trailers and a sill gallery.

The third disc is the highly antisipated third entry into the series entitled "The Ghost Galleon". The version released in those ultra crappy "Brentwood" value pack (Die Hard "Blind Dead" fans know what I'm taking about) under the title "Zombie Flesh Eater" was literally unwatchable so this it's no wonder fans have been drooling over this release. Inludes a still gallery and the U.S. Horror of the Zombies Triler, TV Spots and Radio Spots. Sadly this one is only dubbed in English.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Just a Guy on Amazon on October 25, 2011
Format: DVD
I admit it. The "Blind Dead" movies are a guilty pleasure of mine. While there has been a DVD release of the first movie of the series by Anchor Bay a long time ago, now Blue Underground has prepared a DVD collection containing all four films of the Blind Dead series, plus some special bonus - a separate disc with bonus materials. How's that for fun, eh, kiddies?

The Blind Dead series started in 1971 with "Tombs Of The Blind Dead" as a ghost story in which the ruins of an old monastery is haunted by the ghosts of its previous inhabitants, the Knights Templars. These knights used to be marauding crusaders who were said to have found the secret to eternal life. To ascertain it they had sadistic rituals during which they made human sacrifices - pretty virgins, of course. The villagers nearby decide to take things into their own hands and hang the knights, but not before those swear to return from their graves to take revenge. And when in the modern day a tourist camps out in the ruins, they rise from their graves and indeed take revenge, hungry for even more.

In the sequel "Return Of The Evil Dead" the Templar Knights once again rise from their tombs to take revenge on the villagers that killed them. During the celebration of the anniversary of the event in modern times and with the help of a human sacrifice, the rotten marauders return on their undead horses, ready to slay everyone within earshot.

The Knights Templar take to the seas in "The Ghost Galleon" where a group of stranded swimsuit models discover the ghost ship and its gruesome contents. Little do they know that once the undead knights rise from their coffins there is no escaping them.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By John on May 30, 2006
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I'd always been curious about the Blind Dead films, and a friend who's a fan gave me a pirate (aptly enough) dvd of Ghost Galleon. It's a bad film (that inspired a better one, Carpenter's The Fog) and yet somehow (despite the worst model work ever) I rather liked it, so I bought this box set, curious to see a decent print of Galleon as well as the other films. On the commentary De Ossorio, an amiable hack, says they didn't have the money to do things properly, and that about sums it up. The Blind Dead are effective and there are some creepy moments here and there, but the scripts are dreadful, the acting's dire and the directing often simply inept (for instance: bad cutting together of various poorly-chosen shots creating a confusion as to who's where doing what to who, particularly in Return of the Living Dead; appalling day-for-night shots in three of the four films that are so brazenly daylit it takes you a while to realise it's meant to still be the night; re-use of the Blind Dead emerging from their tombs and riding their horses in three of the movies). Sometimes the badness is fun, as when a girl, fleeing her kidnapper/rapist in Ghost Galleon, wastes time strapping on some elaborate high-heeled sandals that she won't be able to run in prior to attempting her escape, but mostly the bad plotting, garish acting and absent characterisation are rather dull to sit through. The creepiest effect - the Blind Dead listening for the heartbeats of their victims - is about the only thing that isn't reused, which is a shame.

The presentation is excellent: the Spanish language version of Tombs is uncut; the American one is heavily cut. All are in widescreen, and the prints are colourful and clean.
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