This is considered by some to be a weak entry in the Blind Dead series, but I personally have no complaints about it. The decrepit seaside village and atmosphere is superb, and the film captured my attention and I never got bored by it. There are many times when not much is happening because the film doesn't have a high body count, but it's well directed and I wouldn't consider it to be a slow moving film. It doesn't have a lot of gore, but some scenes are kind of violent and the Templar knights look great. You don't have to watch any of these Blind Dead films in order because they are all more like remakes then sequels. This particular entry in the series is loaded with atmosphere, and the entire picture basically takes place in a shabby old fashioned seashore village. The movie has a heavy emphasis on scenery and atmosphere, rather than violence and action. Having the entire film taking place in this one great atmospheric location will be either good or bad depending on your taste in films. The movie deals with the villagers sacrificing members of the village to the Templars by tying them to the rocks near the seashore, in order to avoid an attack from the blind Templar zombies. There's plenty of dismal atmosphere, and you get a good look at the sea and decrepit village throughout the film. The gore scenes are limited, but I thought it was interesting when those crabs are crawling over the sacrificed remains of the victims. After the zombies sacrifice someone, it sometimes shows crabs crawling over there remains. It doesn't explain why that is happening, but I liked it. This film might appeal to some mainstream horror fans, as long as they're avid fans of atmospheric horror. If you love atmosphere, and don't want something that's really fast paced and gory, you might really like it. I personally think it's one of the best Spanish horror films, and it's great to watch late a night.
The DVD quality has grain, but it looks really good overall.