ZOMBIE FILM FRIDAY: The Plague of the Zombies (1966) | #zombies #zombiefilm #plague #vintage #Hammer

Classic zombie fare holds a special place in my heart and The Plague of the Zombies from Hammer Films is up there. Give it a watch if you haven’t yet!

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My Rating: B+

Interesting Facts: Filmed back-to-back with The Reptile (1966), using many of the same sets, most noticeably the main village set on the back lot at Bray Studios; the film takes place in August 1860; and immediately after Alice’s death, Jacqueline Pearce (the actress who payed Alice) blinks.

And now it’s time for the trailer…

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