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Zombie Pack 2 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

Karin Well , Gianluigi Chirizzi , Andrea Bianchi , Marino Girolami    DVD
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  • Actors: Karin Well, Gianluigi Chirizzi, Simone Mattioli, Antonella Antinori, Roberto Caporali
  • Directors: Andrea Bianchi, Marino Girolami
  • Writers: Fabrizio De Angelis, Piero Regnoli, Romano Scandariato
  • Producers: Fabrizio De Angelis, Gabriele Crisanti, Gianfranco Couyoumdjian
  • Format: Box set, Colour, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Shriek Show
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Sep 2006
  • Run Time: 262 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FUTV6E
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 88,071 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More zombie trash classics! 28 Feb 2010
By Mr. K. Arts TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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Actually a better compilation than the first zombie packThe Zombie Pack [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC] this is more of a mixed bag than the previous one but definately worth a look at the low price it goes for, especially if your a fan of trashy films like these!

Burial Ground: Probably worth buying the box for alone (this goes for money more seperately) the film starts of with a beardy proffessor type releasing a curse that causes a zombie plague (whoops) right before a group of eurotrash swingers and a dwarf playing a child turn up for a weekend of debauchery (double whoops) Andrea Bianchi, notorious acolyte of the late fulci and purveyor of films that even italian grindhouse fans would consider in bad taste, delivers one of the sleaziest and outragous Zombie movies outside hardcore porno effort Erotic nights of the living dead, including the incestuous son played by a 30 year old dwarf and some quite nasty gore sequences. Bad taste aside the film is also lots of fun and well shot, making great use of locations and some pretty decent zombie make up. The film is presented in probably the best quality I've seen and in anomorphic 1:85:1 though with not much in the way of extras, this is probably the best of the three films in the box.

Zombie holocaust: aka Dr butcher M.D (medical deviant) the film follows ian muculloch from Zombie 2 as a journalist who travels to a carribean island that looks suspiciously like the one in Zombie 2 to investigate a cannibal cult (therby exploiting the cannibal movie craze as well as the zombie one)and coming across a mad scientist turning natives into zombies for some illogical and poorly thought out reasoning.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great boxset, loads of trashy fun!. 22 Jan 2013
The Zombie Pack 2 released by Shriek Show was a total blast and loads of fun. You would definitely enjoy this if you were a fan of Italian horror/zombie films or low budget trash. As you might know, it's much cheaper getting this boxset then buying the films separately.

First off, we have the cheesy cult classic Italian zombie film Burial Ground. If you're at all a fan of the Euro-Zombie genre, you'll enjoy this one. However be warned since this film has atrocious and laughable acting (Mother, this cloth smells of DEATH!!!)and bad dubbing. A professor opens a crypt and discovers the secret to "surviving death", unfortunately it also wakes the dead and they corner a group of rich and dumb aristocratic people in a beautiful villa in the Italian countryside. Where to begin? Some movies are so bad they're good, this one is so bad it's great.

The opening sequence sets the bizarre tone, when the professor is confronted by a hungry zombie he tries to make friends with it. Unfortunately being privy to the secret of undeath wasn't enough to make him realize that zombies don't make for good friends. Things get weirder when you see Michael, a little boy who (I guess) is supposed to be about eight years old, the actor playing him is a tiny thirty-year-old man with an oddly shaped cranium. You'd think that watching a man run around saying "mama, mama!" in a kid voice would be creepy enough, but there is also a scene of incest with his mom. There were some unintentional laughs, but it's a dark film. There's plenty of gore and it's top-notch. Lots of gut-eating and creative use of graphic violence (apparently the zombies were very handy with garden tools). I enjoyed the flick, if you're a zombie fanatic or gore-hound it will fit the bill.

Zombie Holocaust (aka Dr. Butcher, M.D.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Deal 2 Oct 2006
By Dave. K - Published on
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Oh how I love Media-Blasters. They are putting out movies that time has forgotten. The Zombie Pack 2 includes Burial Ground and Zombie Holocaust both from Italy and Flesh Eater, which is American.

Burial Ground directed by Andrea Bianchi is the so bad that it's a great movie. If you like silly Italian horror flicks loaded with gore this one is for you. There is no plot at all. Just zombie killing people.

What I love about this movie is Peter Bark. He looks like a mini Dario Argento and easily has to be in his 20s or 30s and he is playing a child. And not only that, but his character Michael really likes his mother I'll leave it that.

Also from Italy is Zombie Holocaust directed by Marino Girolami. Though I have to question why they included Zombie Holocaust. It's more of a cannibal flick than a zombie movie. The zombies don't even kill anybody.

They show up making funny noises and scare away the cannibals, but regardless Zombie Holocaust is a fun film with some good gore scenes.

The highlight of the movie is when one guy jumps out a window; it's fairly obvious it's a dummy and when it hits the ground limbs go flying, yet when we cut down to him everything is still in place.

Finally we have the American movie Flesh Eater by S. William Hinzman best known as the zombie that chases after Barbara in the cemetery in the opening of George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead.

Flesh Eater had potential to be a great bad movie, but while it has it's moments just not enough. Once the main characters are killed off zombies just roam around killing people. Sounds great right? Yeah I thought that as well, but trust me it gets old. It's the same scene over and over again for a good 40-min or so.

All 3 movies on the Zombie Pack 2 are quite fun with Burial Ground being the best of the trio.

Like the first Zombie Pack you aren't getting the best horror flicks out there, but for those who love trashy cult cinema (and if you are reading this I'm sure you are a fan) you get some really fun movies.

All 3 of the movies on the Zombie Pack 2 go for a little over $20 each, but with the set you get all 3 for about $20. Even if you only wanted 1 movie from the set it pays to buy the set.

Thank you Media-Blasters for putting out these cult classics.

Zombie Holocaust has a double sider cover. The other side goes under the name Dr. Butcher, Medical Deviate.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bargain for the price.. 15 Dec 2006
By Don Cheeto - Published on
...well if you buy these separate they run at $19.99 to $24.99 a pop so you do the math. This is a great buy for the price. About the movies:

Burial Ground: not bad at all, the zombies look creepy, the atmosphere is creepy. Not a bad zombie flick. 4/5

Zombie Holocaust: a gory gem. Pretty graphic, nuff said. 4/5

Flesh Eater: horribly low budget, it sounds like it was dubbed even though it is in English. It is extrememly cheesy, but has some really cool gory scenes. 3/5

Gets the five star treatment because it is basically a steal for the price. Order from amazon, I was unable to track this set in any store so I ordered form here and received it in about three days. No complaints here.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Good, the Bad & the Bloody! 13 July 2006
By Benjamin Dotson - Published on
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This set contains the films "Zombie Holocaust" , "Burial Ground" & "Flesheater". Zombie holocaust and Burial ground are essintles for any Zombie collection. Flesheater is a piece of garbage and is good for a coaster. Burial ground is most famous for the breast eating/ripping scene.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Gorehound's Delight!(all others proceed with caution) 5 Dec 2008
By James Simpson - Published on
The best part about Media Blasters release of the "Zombie Pack part 2" is the price.
I bought this at a best buy for under fifteen bucks,and can't complain,as the company delivers good,quality prints to even the worst films.
And boy are these bad.

If your a gorehound and/or a zombie enthusiast,than by all means,check this set out.
Most others should run away.

Three films are packaged within this set,and are as follows:

Burial Ground(1980)-One of the most notorious Italian gore films ever made,features some terrific looking zombies and nice atmosphere,but almost no character development or much of a story.

It is,however,unintentionally funny.

The "child" in the film is actually a young man in his early 20s with bad make-up on(!),whose sole purpose is to have an incestous relationship with his stacked mother!

The most famous scene is the one where the child turned zombie sucks on one of his mom's big breasts and decides to bite!

Not a good film.

Zombie Holocaust(1980)-With a title like can you go wrong!?
Actually it's a pretty uninvolving gore piece,originally titled the much cooler,"Dr Butcher M.D" and is a grindhouse favorite.

The idea was to combine the Italian zombie film with the Italian Cannibal film,except with less than stellar results.

There's some nice nudity,Ian Mcculloch from Lucio Fulci's "Zombie" is in it,and it's pretty gory,too.

Ain't much of a plot:Cannibal cult loose in New York City.
Doctors trace cult to island,encounter zombies and mad doctor,become experiments.

Mediocre at best.

Flesh Eater(1987)-The third film in the set,and the only American made one,is also the worst.

Bill Hinzman,who portrayed the "graveyeard zombie" in Night of the Living Dead(1968),directs and stars in his own zombie epic!

He portrays,basically the same ghoul from Romero's film,except he's found buried in an ancient metal coffin(?) and wearing his best sunday clothes!
(Now considering,that the people in the movie believe this to be hundreds of years old,how does that account for his modern dress?).

The typical group of stupid kids decide to party in the woods(!) and get attacked by the ravenous zombie unleashed!

The gore is TERRIBLE and the acting is not much better.
There are no characters at all,just people waiting to get killed.
In fact,these kids make the "Friday the 13th" kids look like Brain Surgeons!

To add insult to injury,Hinzman steals entire scenes from Romero's film,including the siege in a farmhouse,the demise of the last surviving character and so on.
It also seems that Hinzman has transparently cast himself,as the groper of many a young babe's boobs!
Hmmmmmmmmmm.....sound like a great film to you?

Nothing to go crazy about here,but this set is fun viewing for a lost Saturday night,coupled with good friends,alcohol and junk food.

Have fun!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the money... 24 Jan 2007
By Chris Ochs - Published on
This is a very good bundle for a very generous price, and is actually a much better set than the Zombie Vol. 1 pack. Media Blasters quality really is second to none (probably on par with Blue Underground) and their tendency to release three movies for less than the price on one is something I think people should be enthusiastic about.

So far as the movies are concerned, we aren't talking Citizen Kane, obviously, but they're certainly fun for what they are, and well worth watching. The strong point of the set is Zombie Holocaust/Doctor Butcher M.D., which is a pretty good Italian style jungle romp, and the low point is the staggeringly awful Flesheater, which drags on for-freaking-ever. Regardless, these are all plenty of fun, and the price is right. If you're more than a casual fan of the genre, this is worth the money.
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