Horror Rises from the Tomb (1973)

Directed by:  Carlos Aured

Stars: Paul Naschy, Emma Cohen and Víctor Alcázar

Language: English, Spanish (2tracks)  + Commentary (3rd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Spain | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Also known as:  El espanto surge de la tumba,

Description:  In Medieval France a warlock is be-headed and his wife tortured and executed. Hundreds of years later an isolated group of people discover his head buried on their property. Soon it comes back to life, possessing people and using them to commit sacrifices and to search for the rest of his body

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1.93GB | 87:48mins | 1280×720 | mkv
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5 Responses to Horror Rises from the Tomb (1973)

  1. smashcut2black says:

    @Legion, Naschysploitation is absolutely a real sub-genre of Exploitation cinema, and Bullet (sic) is neither Exploitation cinema, nor “exploitative” of the single extended car chase in the film. The majority of Naschy’s films fall into Gothic/ period horror and are characterized by the copious amounts of blood, bosoms and bad acting chops that have become synonymous with both Exploitation cinema, and Naschy’s films as a whole. And you don’t need to be Spanish to appreciate it…

  2. Morriconudo says:

    I disagree. This is an exploit.

  3. Morriconudo says:

    Obviously an exploit. I am spanish.

  4. Legion says:

    Seems the ‘exploitation’ tag is randomly dished out – if this is ‘exploitation’ then surely Inquisition (1976) uploaded on the same day is also exploitation. Technically, every film is exploitative in one way or another. Might as well call Bullet an exploitation film because it shamelessly exploits the love of car-chases. Tearjerkers are exploitative, Christmas movies are exploitative…

    Scrub the ‘exploitation’ ‘tag, it’s painfully constipated and no good to anyone.

  5. rarelust says:

    upgraded to brrip

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