Blind Dead

Some articles on blind dead, blind, dead:

Amando De Ossorio
... film surge in the 1970s, known especially for his "Blind Dead" tetralogy ... In 1971, he came up with the concept of "The Blind Dead", a cult of blind, undead Templar Knights who rode skeletal ghost-horses and were attracted to their victims by the sound of their heartbeat ... The first film, Tombs of the Blind Dead, was so successful, he immediately embarked on a career as a Euro-horror film director ...
Tombs Of The Blind Dead
... Tombs of the Blind Dead is a 1971 Spanish horror film written and directed by Amando de Ossorio ... terror ciego, which means "The Night of the Blind Terror" ... The film is the first in Ossorio's Blind Dead series ...
List Of Film Series With Four Entries - Series
... Bleach The DiamondDust Rebellion (2007) Bleach Fade to Black (2008) Bleach Hell Verse (2010) Blind Dead Tombs of the Blind Dead (1971) Return of the Blind Dead (1973 ... Generation (1985) (TV) Phantasm Phantasm (1979) Phantasm II (1988) Phantasm III Lord of the Dead (1994) Phantasm IV Oblivion (1998) Piedone Piedone lo. 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo (2012) Evangelion Final (2013) Relentless Relentless (1989) Dead On Relentless II (1992) Relentless 3 (1993) Relentless IV Ashes to Ashes (1994) Revenge of the Nerds Revenge of the ...
Night Of The Seagulls - Release - Home Video
... a human sacrifice while still alive - like the re-cut English language versions of Tomb of the Blind Dead and Return of the Blind Dead ... was also released in a coffin-shaped box which contains all four blind dead films, plus a forty-page booklet called "Knights of Terror", which gives an excellent rundown of ... The second is "Unearthing the Blind Dead", which provides a rare filmed interview with Ossorio ...

Famous quotes containing the words dead and/or blind:

    We never become really and genuinely our entire and honest selves until we are dead—and not then until we have been dead years and years. People ought to start dead and then they would be honest so much earlier.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    Are we no greater than the noise we make
    Along one blind atomic pilgrimage
    Whereon by crass chance billeted we go
    Because our brains and bones and cartilage
    Will have it so?
    Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869–1935)