The Curse of the Screaming Dead Trailer

The Curse of the Screaming Dead Trailer (1982)

"The South Shall Rise Again… and Again" 13 January 1982 Horror 91 mins

A group of six friends are out in the rural south on a deer hunt (even though one of the six is blind), when they start hearing strange noises coming from the woods. An investigation of the sounds leads them to an old Confederate graveyard, which suddenly begins sprouting Rebel zombies. Like the living dead in every other movie, these zombies are hungry for human flesh, and soon set to chowing down on the hapless hunters.

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Cast

Bumb Roberts

as Deputy Franklin

Mark Redfield

as Captain Matthew Mahler

Richard Ruxton

as Police Captain Hal Fritz

Mimi Ishikawa

as Blind Kiyomi

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United States 13 January 1982

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