Cemetery Man (1994)

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A cemetery man must kill the dead a second time when they become zombies.


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  • Rupert Everett in Cemetery Man (1994)
  • Anna Falchi in Cemetery Man (1994)
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14 October 2005 | EVOL666
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| One Of The Coolest, Most Original Zombie Films Ever !
From the land that spawned probably the most zombie films to this date, ranging in quality from excellent to exremely dull, comes one film that rises above nearly all the rest. DELLAMORTE DELLAMORE (aka CEMETERY MAN) is that film, and if you haven't seen it yet, you are seriously missing out. The story is about lonely cemetery attendant Francesco (Rupert Everett (!?) in one of his very early roles)and his mute, Igor-like assistant Gnaghi. Every seven days, the dead rise from their graves (for no real apparent reason...) and it is Francesco and Gnaghi's job to dispatch them. The 2 live a pretty solitary existence until a mysterious woman comes along and into Francesco's life. Cut to the chase- Francesco and the woman have sex on her newly buried husband's grave, and when he returns from the dead, everything goes haywire from there...

DELLAMORTE DELLAMORE is several films rolled into one...zombie gore film, dark comedy, romance story - similar in some ways to perhaps DEADALIVE (not nearly as silly or gory), but this is a hard film to make a comparison on. It really is it's own unique experience and should definitely be viewed by anyone into horror/zombie films. Again, one of my all-time zombie favorites...Highly Recommended 9/10

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Release Date:

26 April 1996

Language

Italian, English


Country of Origin

Italy, France, Germany

Filming Locations

Arsoli, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Box Office

Budget:

$4,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$22,459 28 April 1996

Gross USA:

$253,986

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$253,986

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