Zombie: Tisa Farrow, Ian McCulloch, Al Cliver …

I saw this one time when my parents were shopping and I was home alone.

I was like 8 years old, and I knew I should not have been putting in this VHS.

It was like a forbidden fruit, I was always intrigued by the VHSs my mom said

i am “not allowed” to see. So, ofcourse as soon as I had a moment to myself I

used it to watch them. This time I watched Fulci’s ZOMBIE.

Everything from the music, to the way the zombies looked absolutely scared me

shtless. The zombies look so real because theyre eyes are not open, they are

closed/decayed like they are supposed to be. The film has a real sense of

death about it, and I thought the music was really tense.

I am 26 now, and I have this on VHS, DVD, and now BLURAY.

I love this film and recommend to all horror fans.

The younger generation who has not seen this may think it sucks and is cheesy,

but i love this film and it still kinda creeps me out today!

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