Ask a true horror fan to name the greatest zombie films of all time and City of the Living Dead is usually there but never before in the UK have fans been able to enjoy a properly presented quality uncut release.
After the triumph of their Dawn of the Dead Blu Ray, Arrow Video are proud to bring their unique presentation of this zombie classic to the hordes of UK horror fans that are every bit as rabid for this release as the zombies in the film!
Directed by horror maestro Lucio Fulci (New York Ripper, Don't Torture A Duckling).
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Not regarded as Fulci's best film, that should go to "The Beyond" or "Zombie Flesh Eaters", but "City of the Living Dead" still has enough Fulci elements to keep fans of Italian horror satisfied. Teleporting zombies, a hanging priest, a horrible death by drill, Fulci throws all the factors in to create an almost surreal combination of images. Fulci was never given the respect that he deserved during his lifetime, but in recent years his work has begun to receive the plaudits it deserves. "City of the Living Dead" is a classic release that deserves a view. The extras, as you would expect from Arrow Video, are extensive and fascinating.
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