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AKA's: Lady Dracula / Living Dead Girl, The / Scare / Zombie Queen

Release date: 1982 France
Running time: 90' (cover 91') - Source: DVD (RC 1/NTSC)
87' (cover 87') - Source: DVD (RC 2/PAL)
Rating: Germ.: 18; UK: 18; US: NR
Main Crew: Director: Jean Rollin (Fascination 1979; La Vampire Nue 1969)
Producer: Les Films A.B.C. / Films Aleriaz / Films Du Yuka
Score: Philipe D'Aram
Writer: Jacques Ralf / Jean Rollin
Director of photography: Max Monteillet


Summary: Catherine (Francoise Blanchard) is brought back to life via a chemical spillage. She develops a craving for blood and returns to her childhood home where she meets up with Helene (Marina Pierro), an old friend from her childhood. She uses this friend as bait to lure unsuspecting victims to her. But then Catherine realizes that her own existence is an abomination. Now it's up o Helene to save Catherine from suicide - but can she?

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short review:

This is a really bloody and cruel film, with lots of gory scenes in it. But the story about inhumane longing and the therefore resulting, slowly awakening despair about the atrocious deeds committed is a definite must-see! Great great movie.

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