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Living Dead Girl

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Overview

Jean Rollin, the French filmmaker who has earned a potent cult following for his unique blend of eroticism and horror, directed this disturbing tale of a woman who has come back from the dead. When the grave of Catherine Francoise Blanchard is disturbed by an earthquake and fouled by a chemical spill, the young woman, not long deceased, rises from her tomb with a taste for blood and a desire to return to the home where she grew up. Catherine finds herself drawn to Helene Marina Pierro, who became her "blood ...
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Overview

Jean Rollin, the French filmmaker who has earned a potent cult following for his unique blend of eroticism and horror, directed this disturbing tale of a woman who has come back from the dead. When the grave of Catherine Francoise Blanchard is disturbed by an earthquake and fouled by a chemical spill, the young woman, not long deceased, rises from her tomb with a taste for blood and a desire to return to the home where she grew up. Catherine finds herself drawn to Helene Marina Pierro, who became her "blood sister" as a child. Similarly, Helene feels compelled to help her old friend, and as they are drawn closer together, Helene finds young women to satisfy Catherine's ever-increasing lust for blood and flesh. La Morte Vivante was released in English-speaking countries as The Living Dead Girl.
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Special Features

Introduction by Jean Rollin; Four Featurettes by Daniel Gouyette: ; "Jean-Pierre Bouyxou on La Morte Vivante"; "The Living Dead Girl: The American Version"; "Music by Philippe D'Aram"; "When I Was Seventeen: An Homage to BenoƮt Lestang"; Jean Rollin at Fantasia (2007, 36 min.); Excerpt of an Interview with Jean Rollin by Joshua T. Gravel; 12-Page Booklet with an Essay by Tim Lucas, Editor of Video Watchdog; Original Theatrical Trailer; Original Trailers of nine other Rollin films
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/28/2012
  • UPC: 738329101626
  • Original Release: 1982
  • Rating:

  • Source: Redemption
  • Presentation: Remastered
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:29:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 69,511

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Living Dead Girl
1. Chapter 1 [:10]
2. Chemical Waste [9:46]
3. Lady in White [9:07]
4. Childhood Memories [7:09]
5. An Animal [9:43]
6. Clean-Up [10:57]
7. Abandoning Death [4:10]
8. Next Meal [9:41]
9. Blood Flowing [10:01]
10. Proof [8:02]
11. Evil Inside [11:01]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Living Dead Girl
   Play Film
   Chapters
   Extras
      Introduction by Jean Rollin
      Featurettes
         Jean-Pierre Bouyxou Comments
         The American Version
         Music by Philippe D'Aram
         An Homage To Benoit Lestang
      Jean Rollin At Fantasia
      Interview Excerpt
      Jean Rollin Trailers
         The Living Dead Girl
         The Rape of the Vampire
         The Nude Vampire
         The Shiver of the Vampires
         Requiem For a Vampire
         The Iron Rose
         The Demoniacs
         Lips Of Blood
         Fascination
         Two Orphan Vampires
   Subtitles
      English Subtitles
         English Subtitles: On
         English Subtitles: Off
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