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Product Details

  • Actors: Ian McCulloch
  • Directors: various
  • Format: Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: SHRIEK SHOW
  • DVD Release Date: June 28, 2011
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,504 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Product Description

The long-awaited
fan favorite
finally available
on Blu-ray!

In an effort to expose a flesh-eating cult in New
York City, a team of scientists sets out on an
expedition to the primitive island of Keto. They
are soon trapped in the wilderness, surrounded
by a tribe of murderous cannibals and an army
of deadly zombies!


Sheer insanity --Fangoria

Customer Reviews

The zombies are few, but the cannibals are savage.
Never did I feel as if the film created any real tension - it just stumbled from scene to scene, some quite ridiculous by film's end, and then it was over.
Bryan Byrd
This movie for the most part does have very good gore scenes through out the movie.
Michelle R. Monroe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S. Scrafton on December 14, 2001
Format: DVD
Probably the funniest - and one of the goriest - Italian zombie movies is this weird amalgam of zombies and cannibals. In fact, the zombies here don't even kill anybody!
They're being created by brain-swap wacko Dr. Obrero (Donald O'Brien, in a priceless trash performance), who has plenty of donors to work on - a whole island full of primitive cannibal tribesmen.
But heroic professor Chandler (Ian McCulloch), hoping to get to the bottom of a body-snatching case, stumbles on Obrero's crazy scheme. Now he has to fend off mad surgeons, hungry natives and brain-dead zombies!
The really impressive gore FX are sky-high - and include scalpings, eyeball-eating, throat-slashing and a head mashed by propellor - but this only adds to the movie's goofy charm.
ZOMBIE HOLOCAUST has moments of such stupidity that it's impossible to resist. For example, a suicide victim's body clearly smashes in two when he throws himself from a 20-storey window, but is back in one piece when the camera closes-up on him. Once O'Brien's medic starts one of his meaningful scientific speeches ("Patient's screams disturbing me - performed removal of vocal chords!"), this becomes Grade-A trash.
But it's so self-serious with its' stupid premise that it becomes inoffensive and genuinely hilarious.
Italian zombie fans will be well in their element, so I recommend this one wholeheartedly!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By General Zombie on February 24, 2005
Format: DVD
As I almost invariably point out in my reviews of this sorta thing, I prefer good horror films, but I'll take a campy one too, and 'Zombie Holocaust' is about as good as bad horror gets. With reams of gore and stunning dialogue this film is a delight from beginning to end. Highly recommended.

As many have mentioned, there aren't actually very many zombies in this movie, and they don't actually kill anyone. The film was initially released in the US under the much more delicious and appropriate name, 'Dr. Butcher M.D.', so I suggest you think of it as that. Still, title confusion aside, this is a fine gorefest, with cannibals doing the ripping and eating and whatnot, and they prove to be just as good at it as zombies generally are. The gore actually holds up better than I woulda imagined, better than you'd see in a Fulci film. Partially, this is because the gore is rarely anything to fancy, mostly just severed limbs and spilled guts, and lots of it is only seen in the aftermath. But, those are the essentials of your gore film, so you don't ever want stray to far from them. There are some fun, more elaborate effects, such as a surprisingly nasty and effective eye-gouging scene, and an head mangling via outboard motor so awesome and hilarious that it could be in 'Riki-Oh'. Sadly, much of the gore is too badly lumped together, with one main cannibal assault in middle part of the film, but there's enough good stuff at other points that it doesn't matter too much.

The plot is staggeringly convoluted.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Blu Review Obscura on July 8, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Zombie Holocaust Blu-ray Review

Distributor: Media Blasters (US)

Ask any 1980's horror film enthusiast to name two popular genres of the period and the answer you would get will more than likely include Zombie and Cannibal movies. With the two genres increasing in popularity at around the same time and with each entry in the series attempting to be more outrageous than the last, it was only a matter of time before someone had the idea of taking both genres and mixing them into one movie which ultimately became the plot for Zombie Holocaust.

Taking the leading actor from arguably the best Italian zombie movie ever made, adding in a cannibal infested tropical island and a mad scientist who is busy creating his own version of the living dead and you have the sort of mixture which on paper must have looked truly bizarre. Thankfully however, the end result, if not taken too seriously, is a fun filled horror classic which presents equal moments of extreme gore and sheer disbelief along the way.

The premise of Zombie Holocaust actually contains classic scenarios such as native cannibals catching their victims with what appears to be lassos made from bungee cord, a doctor who has an unhealthy fascination with brain transplant surgery and a zombie who has a very close encounter with an outboard motor. This is not to say that the film is bad, in fact it's great fun and the viewer can easily choose to laugh along with the story rather than at it, that is of course, assuming your sense of humour hasn't been dragged away kicking and screaming like some of the unfortunate victims in the film.

Media Blasters have made a point of releasing low budget Italian horrors on DVD for many years now and as of late they have started creeping into the Blu-ray market.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Robert Meeks on October 16, 2004
Format: DVD
Zombi Holocaust (A.K.A. Doctor Butcher M.D.) is in a category by itself among Zombie, Cannibal, and Mad Doctor movies because it is all three in a tropical setting. In how many other movies do you get a mad doctor doing Frankenstein experiments, cannibals running amuck, scientists getting lost on the right island, a manniquin leaping to it's death, and Alexandra Delli Colli getting body painted all in one movie. The zombies in this movie are more appropriately automatons (Frankenstein's monsters). They are living beings which have been brought back to life by the mad doctor to do his bidding (of course if they ever got a good look in a mirror they would kill him on the spot). This movie does consist of its good parts and its so bad its good parts. The basic story begins in the city (what city?...who cares) where a rash of cannibalism breaks out (stay with me). In some of the cases the cannibal had a tattoo of an ancient symbol belonging to a group of islands in the Archipeligos. A group of doctors and a reporter take an excursion to an island in the Archipeligos which was pointed out to them by a fellow doctor who attends to the natives on these islands. Unfortunately, they have engine trouble and have to dock the boat at a different island. Then the fun begins. I will not ruin this for those who have not seen this movie. I will say that I have watched this several times and still enjoy it. The four star rating is for the fun factor not the artistic factor (certainly not). Be aware that this is a gory movie; if that does not bother you, then enjoy.-Bob
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