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Cemetery Man
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Directed By
Michele Soavi

Cast:
Rupert Everett, François Hadji-Lazaro, Anna Falchi, Mickey Knox, Fabiana Formic


 
Cemetery Man (1996)
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Movie Review by Cenobite
July 5th, 2008

the most romantic zombie film ever

cemetery man is perhaps the most underrated little gem ever made about zombies. in fact, i even love it more than shaun of the dead. it's funnier, far more touching, & even makes a better love story. it didn't hurt either that the sex scenes were very erotic & passionate either. supposedly based upon a comic book dellamrorte dellamore, this is one of the entertaining italian horror film you never saw directed by michele soavi who used to work under genius dario argento. it's not over-the -top gory but i think it does pave the path for a lot of of other great cult classics in many ways & also took a completely different direction with the beloved but tired zombie genre therefore offering something to please many different viewers. loaded with a beautiful but creepy atmosphere, cemetery man is a triumph of the already well-respected italian horror genre. if you have never seen this, you simply don't know what you're missing. get it today!

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