Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Terror Creatures from the Grave|
Actors: Walter Brandi, Mirella Maravidi, Barbara Steele, Alfredo Rizzo, Riccardo Garrone
Director: Massimo Pupillo
Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
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Wretchedly Poor DVD Transfer
cameron-vale | Seattle, WA | 01/19/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This Alpha Video DVD release of an impressively moody and generally underrated Italian horror yarn is a wretched, unwatchable mess. The image is blurred and smeary, and appears to have been taken from a murky fourth-generation bootleg videotape transfer. The horribly garbled sound renders nearly all of the dialogue unintelligible, and absolutely ruins Aldo Piga's score. This is one of the absolute worst legitimate DVD releases I've ever seen, easily on par with Madacy's hideous TRACK OF THE VAMPIRE/NIGHTMARE CASTLE combo. Barbara Steele and Euro-Horror fans are strongly advised to steer clear of this one, despite the tantalizingly cheap list price."
orvuus | Birmingham, AL USA | 09/11/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I want to reinforce the prev. reviewer who said steer clear of the Alpha Video DVD. I can tolerate a slightly subpar transfer, but this is intolerable.
You can barely tell which actress is Barbara Steele. Avoid."
BARBARA STEELE AT HER BEST
R. C. Walker | Hazel Green, AL United States | 02/07/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"THIS IS A 5 STAR MOVIE,,,REGARDLESS OF WHAT THESE OTHER REVIEWERS HAVE SAID,,,THEY GIVE YOU THE RATING ON THE QUALITY OF THE DVD,INSTEAD OF THE MOVIE ITSELF,,PEOPLE THIS IS AN OLD MOVIE AFTER ALL!!IF YOU LIKED NIGHTMARE CASTLE,BELIEVE ME YOU WILL LIKE TERROR CREATURES FROM THE GRAVE."
Great fun for Barbara Steele fans!
Deborah MacGillivray | US & UK | 11/05/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"5 tombe per un medium directed by Massimo Pupillo, is a lackluster spaghetti horror (as in spaghetti western?)! Also known as Cemetery of the Living Dead, this Italian chiller thriller benefits largely from the presence of the stunning queen of horror flicks Barbara Steele. Generally a bunch of nonsense about a terrible plague, in which the victims are then summoned from the dead by an idiot for some vague reason. The transfer is good, but then film was dodge and dubbed to begin with so beware. Still for Steele fans a nice treat at this price."