Zombie films

Plague of the Zombies gets Blu-ray release

Fans of classic zombie films will soon be able to enjoy a remastered Blu-ray presentation of the 1966 flick Plague of the Zombies thanks to the folks at Scream Factory.

“In a remote 19th-century Cornish village, an evil presence lurks within the darkness of the witching hour. A mysterious plague relentlessly consumes lives at an unstoppable rate. Unable to find the cause, Dr. Peter Tompson enlists the help of his mentor, Sir James Forbes. Desperate to find an antidote, they instead find inexplicable horror: empty coffins with the diseased corpses missing! Following a series of strange and frightening clues, they discover a deserted mine where they discover a world of black magic and a doomed legion of flesh-eating slaves … the walking dead!”

The disc will be released on Jan. 15, 2019. The film stars André Morell (Ben-Hur), Diane Clark (The Haunting), and John Carson (Doomsday) on Blu-ray™. Directed by John Gilling (The Saint), this film also stars Alex Davion (Valley of the Dolls), Jacqueline Pearce (Doctor Who), and Brook Williams (Where Eagles Dare).

Available for the first time on Blu-ray, this definition Blu-ray release contains insightful bonus content. A must-have for movie collectors, pre-order for The Plague of the Zombies Blu-ray is available now at ShoutFactory.com

Special Features:

  • NEW Audio Commentary with filmmaker Constantine Nasr and author/film historian Steve Haberman
  • NEW Audio Commentary with author/film historian Troy Howarth
  • NEW Restored Audio
  • World of Hammer – Mummies, Werewolves & The Living Dead
  • Raising the Dead: The Making of The Plague of the Zombies
  • Restoration Comparison
  • Theatrical Trailers
  • Still Gallery”
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