The Dead Are Alive!
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Directed with style by Armando Crispino, who also directed the breathtaking 'Macchie Solari' (aka Autopsy, The Victim), the film suggests supernatural forces involved in the plot. That makes the whole thing even more atmospheric and will keep you on the edge of your seats.
The German video versions are heavily cut concerning the plot (one version is also cut concerning the violent killings), while only the Danish video version appears to be complete (according to the excellent English book 'Blood and Black Lace').
Nevertheless, if you are able to get this gem on video, get it: This giallo truly delivers!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I liked the movie a lot, it's no zombie movie (see the cover art), but a giallo (Italian thriller with lots of gore). But this dvd (on the Eurovista label) is horrible!! Read morePublished on April 21, 2012 by R. Scheenjes
I'm a huge fan of horror, Italian horror and giallo but I could not get into this movie. It did nothing for me. I tried to watch it but stopped each time. Read morePublished on September 19, 2010 by bobzombie
After the Eurovista edition comes this new dvd from Code Red of the italian thriller "L'Etrusco Uccide Ancora" (The Etruscan Kills Again) by Armando Crispino. Read morePublished on August 9, 2010 by Universal Mind
From the title, you may be thinking that this is another 'Morti Viventi' excursion from Italy but, surprise, it emerges as a gripping, giallo who-done-it taking place at an ancient... Read morePublished on July 3, 2010 by William Amazzini
I love this film! What you find being sold might be a dvd-r version!!! Be warned!!! If you're a hardcore "giallo" fan, this film is a great addition to your collection. Read morePublished on November 3, 2009 by Spider Labyrinth
Even though this film is entitled under its German title, 'L'Etrusco Uccide Ancora' - THE DEAD ARE ALIVE (1972), how it is called in Italian - is overall, a typical Italian... Read morePublished on May 26, 2009 by Bartok Kinski