Horror Rises From the Tomb 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
This film has a very subdued feeling to it which is, I am sure by now, related to the fact that I’ve been watching the edited version. Despite this, the film is mildly interesting in its storyline, although it seems to borrow somehow from Bava’s “Black Sunday.” I liked the acting in this film, and I liked the imagery. The zombies were also a bit eerie, without having to do very much at all. I think this qualifies as an above-average cult horror film.
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