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Scream Factory Brings Plague of Zombies to Blu-ray In January



Studio: Scream Factory

Release Date: January 12th, 1966 (theatrical) / January 15th, 2018 (blu-ray)

Run Time: 90 mins

Region Code: A

Picture: 1080p (1.66:1 aspect ratio)

Sound: TBD

Subtitles: TBD

Starring: André Morell, Diane Clare, Brook Williams

Written by Peter Bryan

Directed by Jack Gilling

Rating: Not Rated

"Gilling's Hammer chiller about zombies ... is highly atmospheric ... often imaginatively directed [and] boasts really classy photography and an outstanding performance from Jacqueline Pearce ..." – Time Out

In a remote 19th-century Cornish village, an evil presence lurks within the darkness of the witching hour. A mysterious plague relentlessly consumes lives at an unstoppable rate. Unable to find the cause, Dr. Peter Tompson enlists the help of his mentor, Sir James Forbes. Desperate to find an antidote, they instead find inexplicable horror: empty coffins with the diseased corpses missing! Following a series of strange and frightening clues, they discover a deserted mine where they discover a world of black magic and a doomed legion of flesh-eating slaves ... the walking dead!

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Filmmakers Constantine Nasr And Ted Newsom And Film Historian Steve Haberman
NEW Audio Commentary with Author/Film Historian Troy Howarth
NEW Restored Audio
World Of Hammer – Mummies, Werewolves & The Living Dead
Raising The Dead: The Making Of The Plague Of The Zombies
Restoration Comparison
Theatrical Trailers
Still Gallery

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