This is the fastest-paced, most violent and goriest of the Blind Dead series. Taking place in a small town during a festival, the Templars awaken and begin a killing-spree through the town. After killing a bunch of the townsfolk, they force a small group to take refuge in a single building. There's some topless nudity, and the body count in this one is high. The atmosphere, suspense, music and scenery is also very good; although many might not find it as scary as the other Blind Dead films. While it doesn't feel as claustrophobic as NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD when they take refuge in the building with the Templars waiting for them outside in the dark, the film may still be of interest to fans of that film. The directing is really good, and the film is likely to appeal to an even larger audience than the rest of the Blind Dead films because of the increase in violence, action, and gore. There's good amount of gore in the movie with some scenes being quite nasty, but it isn't all gore from beginning to end. It's an excellent easy to follow film to watch at night, or for those who need to get anything remotely resembling NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD.
The quality is excellent. The best version by far on the disc is the original uncut Spanish version with English subtitles.