Excerpt: After reading all the good comments I decided to fork out for this as my favourite zombie movie of all time. Ok I know it's 1979 but I was not impressed with he grain quality especially in the first 5 mins of the film where the boat is in he New York river floating to the harbour, boy the grain is...
Excerpt: I love the horror genre and this film is held in high regards by a lot of people, so it was partly a no brainer to add this to my collection, although i should point out i had seen this film many moons ago (11-12 years) and disliked it.
Excerpt: This is one of my favourite zombie films. I like how old rotten the zombies look. The gore effects was pretty good for it`s time. I think the music by another favourite composer of mine Fabio Frizzi is pretty good. I like the main theme.
Excerpt: I liked the bluray.com review. Zombie is an obvious rip off of Dawn Of The Dead. While "Dawn" receives most of the praise (being first and, some say, being a more intelligent film), I personally prefer Zombie over Dawn. "Dawn" tends to drag with too much talk parts in between the real action scenes.
Excerpt: The best splatter horror is finally on blu ray, and with AMAZING quality, both picture and sound. The picture is perfect, amazing, when I saw the vhs and some of the first editions on dvd, I could never expect a quality like this to come.
Excerpt: For people who watch splatter cinema “Zombie” is required viewing. If you’re a horror-head or a Fulci-freak and haven’t seen “Zombie” it’s on your list, and no review I or anyone else writes will dissuade you from seeing it.
Excerpt: This is the best zombie horror/splatter movie ever made, and it will be very tough to compete with a GREAT cult classic like zombie.It is simply the best of all zombie movies there is and thats a fact.
Excerpt: I have loved this movie for years and years. I have owned the VHS with a terrible, full-screen, cropped, blurry transfer. Then, in 2002, Anchor Bay released their version on DVD in WideScreen BUT the transfer was smeary and ghosty.