The Plague of the Zombies

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Time Out says

Perhaps a little tame these days, compared with modern gore-shock, but Gilling's Hammer chiller about zombies being exploited by a Cornish tin-mine owner (echoes of the classic White Zombie) is highly atmospheric. Often imaginatively directed (in particular a splendid, nightmarishly green-tinted vision of the undead rising from the graveyard earth), it boasts really classy photography (Arthur Grant) and an outstanding performance from Jacqueline Pearce (the admirable snake-woman from The Reptile, here being beheaded to save her from untimely zombification).
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UK release:

1966

Duration:

91 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

John Gilling

Cast:

Alex Davion, John Carson, Jacqueline Pearce, Brook Williams, Diane Clare, Andre Morell, Michael Ripper

Music:

James Bernard

Production Designer:

Bernard Robinson

Editor:

Chris Barnes

Cinematography:

Arthur Grant

Screenwriter:

Peter Bryan

Producer:

Anthony Nelson Keys

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