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The Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue [DVD]

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  • Actors: Christine Galbo, Raymond Lovelock, Arthur Kennedy, Giorgio Trestini, Roberto Posse
  • Directors: Jorge Grau
  • Producers: Edmondo Amati
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Studiocanal
  • DVD Release Date: 7 Jun. 2010
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002V8FSA6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,840 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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George and Edna are out driving in the English countryside, on their way to visit Edna's sister, when they run into some awful trouble with a murderous zombie. It seems that experiments with a new pesticide on local farmland have had the unfortunate effect of awakening the dead and turning them into ravenous, blood-hungry cannibals. George and Edna try to raise the alarm about the impending danger, but will the authorities believe such an unusual story?

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By A Customer on 12 Sept. 2003
Format: DVD
This film had many names for different regions of the world (Breakfast At Manchester, Don't Open The Window, Let Sleeping Corpses Lie etc) and is my fave all time horror flick as there is a lot more to it than people realise.
The film is set in the 70's, where our hero George, shuts up his antique shop for the holidays. He sets off for the countryside, but before we get there, we see an industialised London in all it's polluted glory. As he gets into the country air, he stops for some petrol. In a freak accident, his bike is totalled and the culprit agrees to take him where he wants to go. On the way there however, they get lost, and discover that a farm is letting the DOA perform experiments on insects and parasites using radiation. It makes the insects nervous system function in an agressive way, making the creatures attack and kill one another...
I don't want to spoil the film, but at this price it's a bargain (I paid £15 for mine and I still think it's worth it). If cult classics is your thing, go for this one - I promise you won't be dissapointed.
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Take George Romero, Hammer horror and Lucio Fulci and let them loose in the Peak District outside Manchester and this would be the result (Morgue or less). Full of creepy atmosphere and excellent gore scenes those who know and love this movie rate it up there amongst Night of the living Dead, Dawn of the Dead and Zombie Flesh Eaters. Give it a go this halloween.
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Im an Avid Zombie Movie Fan especially that of what the 70's (Early 80's) brought us!
Now if you like your Horrors/Zombie Movies with a great atmosphere & Mood, then they don't come better than this flick.
Evidently nothing can match our beloved ''Dawn Of The Dead'' it's well documented that ''Dawn'' is the greatest Zombie film of all time, to which very few would dissagree.
However ''The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue'' bears similarities to ''Dawn of the Dead'' through its sense of isolation. being that there are very few characters in this film, Who find them selves trying to survive the attack of the Zombies within the Beautiful 'Lake District' country side (Out in the Middle of nowhere as it were).
For me IT IS the over dubbing, the dull colour, Grainy picture & crackly Sound that make a Classic 70's Horror WHAT IT IS. It contrabutes to the mood of an Old film like this. What's more the fact that this film is set in England just makes it a worthy purchase in itself. Honestly, how many Zombie films are set in our Land. So refreshing to see a film like this set in our gorgeous countryside (The Lake District).
In a Nut Shell this is:
''Cult Classic, Gritty, Atmospheric, 70's Zombie Horror!'' (Set in England) 5/5 - BUY IT!!!
I'll finnish on this note....
.....They Don't make'm Like They Use To!
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It would be unfair to say that "The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue" is merely a cash-in on Romero's NOTLD - while the similarities are blatant and indefensibly stolen from Romero's film, this is a good 70's zombie film on its own merits.
The film opens with a brilliant scene of 70's London, which depicts its inhabitants as lifeless zombified beings, driving around like mindless slaves in vehicles that spew out pollution. This is juxtaposed with the later imagery of the Lake District (or at least the Peak District masquerading as the Lake District) and the undead zombies who bear similarities to the people of London in their lifeless manner.
Much of the film takes place in the "Lake" District - and the film's worth seeing for that reason alone. It centres primarliy around George and Edna, the two protagonists, who must (shock horror) fight against the living dead, apparently brought back to life by some sort of mechanism that effects the nervous system of insects (seemingly some wacky method of agricultural pest-control).
All the theories aside as to why the dead come back, the zombies are aesthetically brilliant. They are perfectly ugly and bloody, as if they have actually just risen from their graves. There are only eight zombies or so in the film but I think that makes it all the more effective because they have their own personalities (sort of). So you get some classic looking reoccurring zombies here - such as Guthrie the tramp and the absolutely marvelous post-autopsy bandaged zombie, complete with a huge line of post-op stitching from naval to chest! That's a stroke of genius that one.
In the way of gore, there isn't a great deal - only really two scenes in particular display gorefest tendancies but these are great e.g.
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By A Customer on 31 Oct. 2002
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Watching this film was a real treat as it was devoid of the usual American teenage students being slaughtered and was even filmed here in the U.K. It's full of 1960's/70's kitsch and the hero's even drive a real British Mini, a link copied in a recent advertisement campaign! The picture quality is excellent so you can see the Zombies in all their lurid excellence and so are the extra's and packaging. If you only ever buy one Zombie movie, make it this one!
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If you have never seen this film you will have no idea of how cool 70's horror was...Director Jorge Grau came over all the way from Italy to make this amazing film in our beautiful countryside..and what a good choice..The Main star Ray Lovelock, represents "The Best Hero of Horror" he oozes charisma...I have only ever seen a beaten up old copy of this film and so as you can imagine, I cannot wait to get my hands on a DVD version...and if you are reading this then I suggest you do the same...
Enjoy...especially with the lights out..!!!
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