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Francesco Dellamorte (3-time BAFTA award nominee, Rupert Everett) is the groundskeeper at the Buffalora cemetery where the dead just won’t stay dead—and it’s up to him to deal with those who come back to life with a hunger for human flesh. But Dellamorte’s job soon becomes much more complicated when he falls for an enigmatic young woman (Anna Falchi) whose husband has recently died. Will his resurrected lust for life become greater than his bond with death? François Hadji-Lazaro (THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN) co-stars in the finest erotic-romantic-existential-black-comedy-zombie-gorefest of our time.
Based on the novel by Tiziano Sclavi (DYLAN DOG) and directed by Dario Argento protégé Michele Soavi (THE CHURCH), CEMETERY MAN is a late masterpiece of Italian horror.
105 Minutes, 1994, Italy, directed by Michele Soavi, Rated R
“One of the best Italian Films of the ‘90s”– Martin Scorsese
“SOAVI’S ABSOLUTE MASTERPIECE…What makes CEMETERY MAN so extraordinary is the way it manages to balance over-the-top zombie comedy and a dreamy arthouse mood.”– BLOODY-DISGUSTING.COM
“Reminiscent of the EVIL DEAD movies, the humor comes from the same dark, caustic place, albeit with a romantically sophisticated European twist.”– Tasha Robinson, A.V. CLUB
“Surreal and inventive, dreamy and horrifying, disgusting and hilarious, its one of my favorite movies of all time.”– E.C. McMullen Jr., HORRORTHRILLER.COM