A Cult Classic
The Halperin brothers made White Zombie in just 11 days back in 1932, with 50,000 and sets left behind from Universal's Dracula and Frankenstein. Keeping dialogue to a minimum, they wisely let cameraman Arthur Martinellli cut loose on this odd fairy tale, avoiding the stagy, static feel that pervades most early talkies. White Zombie doesn't tell us a story when it can show us one. One of the most visually interesting horror films ever made.
|Special Features||Actors filmographies, Scene Index|
|Region||Pal - Region FREE|
|General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children|
|Running Time||Approx 70 minutes|
Black and white