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Street Date 10/24/23

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Amando de Ossorio's unique 1971 Spanish shocker Tombs of the Blind Dead was an international horror hit that spawned three sequels and countless imitations. The first of four official films in the series, it begins with a trio of friends getting together for a camping trip that quickly turns into bloodcurdling horror as a legion of long-dead Knights Templar rise from their graves in search of human flesh! When the Templars were originally executed for their cannibalistic rituals, they were hanged outside to die as crows pecked out their eyes. Now, armed with ancient swords and riding their skeletal undead horses into the night looking for prey, these mummified creatures cannot see... they hunt purely by sound alone. Synapse Films is proud to present Tombs of the Blind Dead in a new restoration from the uncut original camera negative!

High-definition (1080p) Blu-ray™ presentation of the original uncut version
Lossless Spanish PCM 2.0 mono soundtrack
Lossless “hybrid” English/Spanish PCM 2.0 mono soundtrack
Optional English subtitles for the Spanish track
Optional English subtitles for the Spanish sections of the hybrid soundtrack
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the hybrid soundtrack
Audio commentary with horror film historian and author, Troy Howarth
Audio commentary with star Lone Fleming
Audio commentary with Rod Barnett & Troy Guinn of the NaschyCast podcast
Marauders from the Mediterranean – a feature length documentary exploring the history of the Spanish zombie film, featuring interviews with: Night of the Living Dead writer/producer John Russo, Stiges Film Festival deputy director Mike Hostench, and more!
Revenge of Planet Ape - Alternate U.S. Opening Sequence
Awakening of Spanish Horror Cinema – Featurette by film historian Marcus Stiglegger
Salem’s Pop “Templar’s Tears” music video
Original Theatrical Trailer
Still Gallery
Additional 1080p Blu-ray featuring the alternate U.S. cut entitled, THE BLIND DEAD

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