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Horror, Sci-Fi





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Ubaldo Ragona


Franca Bettoia
Vincent Price
Emma Danieli
Umberto Raho
Christi Courtland
Giacomo Rossi-Stuart





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A scientist tries to survive constant attacks from victims of an unusual plague while trying to find a cure.

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If your a classic horror movie fan then this is a gem for you to watch I liked the story because it was just different then a typical horror movie. Worth a watch if you love Vincent Price...

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revmem 06/11/2010 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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I'm not a big zombie fan, but I watched this to see another "I Am Legend" telling. Vincent Price was very inappropriate for the role, I think.

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12/13/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Dr. Robert Morgan (Price) hunts and uses a radio transmission to detect if there are human survivors from a deadly disease that spread in the air. During a flashback, the source of the plague brings back the dead and the need to be burned, afraid of reflection and garlic. His dead daughter comes back to haunt him. Wonderfully scored, nice set locations and solid acting from the lead. Morgan explains to a girl named Ruth that he is immune since he was bitten by an infected vampire bat back in in Panama.

Vincent Price can really hold his own. The editing could have been better since during the first scenes when he brings a young female corpse to his trunk it moves. One of the best quotes from Morgan - "Everything's gonna be fine." "Anger can make me vulnerable. It can destroy my...

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09/11/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Price carries a fair movie

For three years, "Robert Morgan" (Vincent Price) has been trying to survive against those infected with a plague which has turned them into vampire-like zombies. It appears that he is somehow immune to the strange affliction.

During daylight, he goes out and kills those infected with hand-made stakes. Then, at night, he stays locked up in his house until the morning comes again as those infected try in vein to break into his home.

Once a scientist trying to find a cure for the disease, "Morgan" is now just trying to survive.

This is not the best movie I have seen recently. However, just to watch Price is worth it.

Price carries this movie for most of the film by himself. He is the focus for most of the story, and handles it well. The audience can hear his thoughts as he goes t...

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