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Scream Theater Double Feature VOL 7: Swamp of the Ravens & Zombie (2010)

Ramiro Oliveros , Marcia Bichette , Michael Dannon , Del Tenney  |  Unrated |  DVD
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  • Actors: Ramiro Oliveros, Marcia Bichette, Fernando Sancho, William Joyce1, Heather Hewitt
  • Directors: Michael Dannon, Del Tenney
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Black & White, Dolby, NTSC, Original recording remastered, Restored, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: VCI Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 19, 2010
  • Run Time: 176 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003XL01U2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,331 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Scream Theater Double Feature VOL 7: Swamp of the Ravens & Zombie" on IMDb

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THE SWAMP OF THE RAVENS: Dr. Frosta (Ramiro Oliveros) has been conducting illegal and immoral experiments on the recently deceased in an effort to conquer death and perfect the mental control of his subjects. All that Simone (Marcia Bichette), his estranged girlfriend knows is that the doctor works too hard and doesn t give her enough attention. The police inspector (Fernando Sancho) assigned to the case is getting closer and closer to catching and stopping the doctor. Also, Dr. Frosta has been dumping the dead rejects from his experiments into the swamp. Unfortunately, the dead are now undead, and the swamp water is infested with living corpses bent on a showdown with the mad doctor! RT: 83 min., Color, 2.35:1(anamorphic), 1974 no copyright on master. ZOMBIE: Best-selling author Tom Harris is working on his next book and schedules a trip to the aptly-named Voodoo Island. Engine problems force their plane to land on the beach where Tom meets a native skinny-dipper and the zombie who is stalking her. The zombies have been created by Dr. Billedeaux with radioactive snake venom but are under the control of a voodoo witch doctor whose plan is to sacrifice the doctor s lovely daughter. Filmed in 1964 as Voodoo Blood Bath this movie went unreleased until 1971 when it was retitled and placed on a double-bill with I Drink Your Blood. RT: 93 min., B&W, 1.77:1(anamorphic), 1976, NR ©Del Tenney Productions, Inc. Product Specs: DVD9; Dolby Digital 2.0; English Language; RT - 176 minutes; MPAA - NR; Color/B&W; Aspect Ratio - 2.35:1/1.77:1; Year - 1974, 1976; SRP - $9.99

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4.0 out of 5 stars Restoration of ZOMBIE/I EAT YOUR SKIN October 29, 2010
By Jobla
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Let me say right off that I won't be discussing SWAMP OF THE RAVENS in my review. It reportedly has real autopsy footage, which isn't my thing.

This DVD is a valuable addition to my horror collection, due to the remastering of ZOMBIE (1964), aka I EAT YOUR SKIN (1971). ZOMBIE was completed by horror meister Del Tenney (HORROR OF PARTY BEACH, VIOLENT MIDNIGHT, CURSE OF THE LIVING CORPSE)in 1964. It's an entertaining movie that pokes fun at its stereotyped "he-man" hero, a manly author who runs afoul of voodoo cultists on a Caribbean island. There are some "wink-wink" laughs and some chills, too.

However, the B&W film sat on the shelf until exploitation maven Jerry Gross picked it up in 1971 and retitled it I EAT YOUR SKIN, and co-billed it with Gross' I DRINK YOUR BLOOD. In 1971, SKIN seemed antiquated, being in B&W. Gross cut the film from 93 minutes down to 80 minutes for his double-bill playdates.

Various versions of the film have appeared in home video transfers over the years. This is the best overall transfer that I have seen to date. It has been restored to its 93 minute running time, and it is letterboxed at about 1:85-1. The print quality is very good overall, better than one usually sees for this film. Given the combination of full length and widescreen aspect ratio, this would be a good purchase for those who love cult films from the 1960's.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Offbeat Euro/American Double Bill January 10, 2012
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VCI Entertainment has scored another coup by releasing gorgeous transfers of 2 titles which have been saturated in shoddy prints by budget companies which continue to release poor product on unsuspecting exploitation fans. Director Michael Cannon's 'SWAMP OF THE RAVENS'-1974 is a Spanish/American co-production trying to capitalize on the gore fests of Director Herschel Gordon Lewis but came along on the advent of the Slasher genre in the states and quickly disappeared. It does nothing more than rehash past Euro horrors this time the misled mad scientist who gets thrown out of the medical field by his peers and proceeds to experiment on his own climaxing with his creations trying to get the upper hand but there is a bit of a surprise ending. The highlight is Euro actor Fernando Sancho who shows up as a police inspector but this film may have the honor of containing the worst music score in the history of genre film making. The honor goes to Joaquin Torres and has to be heard to be believed. The film also boasts that it contains real autopsy footage but it looks like anything that could have been done in a makeup studio. Next up is Director Del Tenney's 'I EAT YOUR SKIN'-1971 here billed as 'ZOMBIE'. Known for its infamous pairing with Director David Durston's 'I DRINK YOUR BLOOD' , it emerges as a taut, sleazy jungle thriller adorned with hot women and crude zombie makeup , in other words, a perfect midnight party movie. A best selling author crash lands conveniently on Voodoo Island and finds a doctor experimenting with snake venom and a witch doctor who controls the zombie population? but the real bummer is that they want to sacrifice the doctors daughter in a Voodoo ritual. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Swamp of the Ravens / Zombie (I Eat Your Skin) February 23, 2014
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I bought this DVD for the film Zombie aka I Eat Your Skin. The movie, made in the mid-1960's and released in the early 1970's, is about a high-living, lady-lover writer, his manager and the manager's wife ending up stranded on a Caribbean island that is jumping with evil Voodoo. Among the voodoo worshipers the most interesting character is the rastrafarian-wigged zombie handler, a tall impressive man. The rest of the film involves the good guys trying to dodge zombies. Still, I always liked this film. I particularly liked the music. I cannot comment on Swamp of the Ravens since I didn't buy the DVD for that and I haven't seen it yet. This DVD release of I Eat Your Skin is the best quality I have seen. The picture is clear, the sound is fine and is in sync, and the length at about 93 minutes is probably the most complete out there. The cover on the DVD release is different from the one pictured here. It's even better. Highly recommended for fans of so-bad-it's-good horror films.
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