• 电影名称 La morte vivante

  • 中文名称 活死人少女
  •  类型  恐怖
  •  国家  法国
  •  语言  法语 / 英语
  •  时长  1 hr 26 min (86 min) (Australia) / 1 hr 25 min (85 min) (Germany)
I hate to admit it, but I like the idea of Jean Rollin more than thereality of sitting through one of his films. It's not that I don'tappreciate what he's doing. I do. He has a unique world view and holdsa special place in the world of "fantastique" cinema that isindisputable.Still, I find his films...
Jean Rollin's "La Morte Vivante"/"The Living Dead Girl" is an excellenterotic ultra-gory vampire tale and I like it very much.The film has somewonderful atmosphere and some striking images of eternal painful life.Thereis plenty of graphic gore to satisfy fans of extreme horror.Along with allof the g...
Grisly, potent shocker from Jean Rollin regarding how a dead young ladyof two years, the body surprisingly fresh without rot during thattime(?), is revived from a spilled can of toxic waste, put there bysome corpse looters, after a minor earthquake. She has vampirementalities(..not to mention terrif...
Two childhood friends Catherine & Helene make a pact to always betogether. Catherine dies and they forced to split. A toxic spillmanages to bring Catherine back from the dead, turning her into amonster. Catherine reunites with her to help Catherine with herinsatiable need for blood. Leave it to Jean...
OK, a trawl through my past user comments will reveal that I am reallyinterested in this genre of movies for purely purient interest. Havingsaidthat, I do know a good film when I see one. While Holywood rarely producesthese, neither does Jean Rollin.I simply cannot understand how some people can g...
I'm rather a latecomer to this movie, as I don't seek out Jean Rollinmovies (based on what little I have seen), but as this is supposed tobe something of a classic of it's type, I gave it a go - but it iscertainly not converting me into a fan.The slim story sees a dead girl named Catherine unexpecte...
Jean Rollin, French Horror Sexploitation Auteur hits hard with aZombie- Lesbo love tale about a resurrected woman, Catherine Valmont(Fransoise Blanchard) and her long time girl friend Helene (MariePierro) and their exploits of lust-filled murder, kidnapping and theconsequences that follow.Foolish Gr...
This Jean Rollin feature is an erotic horror about a woman who returnsfrom the dead due to an accident involving an earthquake and toxicchemicals. She is The Living Dead Girl and she has a vampire like tastefor blood. She is drawn back to her 'blood sister' Helene, who in turnfinds victims for her.T...
Living Dead Girl, The (1982) *** (out of 4) French horror film from director Jean Rollin, which mixes tons of sexand nudity with plenty of the red stuff. After some toxic waste fallson her grave, a young woman returns with a hunger for blood. This isprobably the best place for a newbie to Rollin to ...
This is an interesting film on several levels. It is not full of topnotch acting, but it is different and I like that.First, some sleaze-bags are dumping chemical waste in an undergroundburial vault that dates from the 12th century. A tremor releases gasesand awakens our living dead girl (Françoise...
Prior to my viewing of 'The Living Dead Girl', my only taste of themaster of erotic vampire films, Jean Rollin, was the low quality andoverall less than brilliant 'Lips of Blood', and because of that Iwasn't expecting great things from this movie. However, to my surprisethis is a surprisingly good m...
When two bumbling knuckleheads decide to rob the graves of a crypt wherethey go to dump barrels of toxic waste in, they quickly are in over theirheads. An earth tremor spills one of the barrels onto the coffin of thedeceased Catherine. After she shakes off her two year sabbatical in thecatacombs she...
Aside of the always popular 'back to life via toxic waste' introduction,this is a very unique and atmospheric film. The characters are all veryrepresentative, and rather well cast. Many scenes like the music boxgreeting over the telephone and the exploration of the catacombs stand outas very well ...
La Morte Vivante, or The Living Dead Girl as it's more commonly knownas to English speaking audiences, starts with three men in a white vanpulling up outside the Valmont family Castle where they unload somebarrels of toxic waste. They take the barrels into some catacombsbeneath the Castle & dump the...
Sometimes I tend to say that the films of Jean Rollin are Jess Franco movieswith more money, but this one is really well done with suspense, dramaticand atmosphere! The acting is not good, not bad - just okay! However, whatmakes "The Living Dead Girl" worth to be seen is the fact that director JeanR...
This is a very interesting film. I honestly felt I was bored through alarge portion of this movie but I could not stop watching. I was wrong Iwas not bored I was fascinated and intrigued a feeling very rare in theworld of modern film watching. So rare I did not recognize the feelinguntilwell into ...
Desolated castles, music boxes, grindings, torches, vamp women withloose hair and loose clothing, streams of blood resembling paint...Sounds odd and hackneyed, at least in 2015, when horror and repulsionare mainly based on suspension and psycho, and the elements mentionedabove would unintentionally ...
If you are looking for gore or sex then look elsewhere as this is notthe film for you.If you want amazing effects then look to Hollywood.If you like Euro sleaze/schlock then try another director.This is one of Rollin's best movies, it is dreamy and erotic and whenthe horror arrives it is excellent!J...
I obviously must have started my venture into the world of Jean Rollinwith the wrong films. Until recently I did not fully understand theman's cult-status among some of my fellow Eurohorror fans, as the filmsI had seen ranged from stylish but flawed (e.g. "Fascination") andstylish but boring (e.g. "...
Jean Rollin seems to have a reputation that you either love his work ornot. Very little middle ground. Probably more well known and infamousfor his erotically surreal vampire features, but I decided to make myfirst taste of his output the zombie splatter effort "The Living DeadGirl". From this one I...
This might be my second favorite Rollin film (right after "The IronRose"). I went to watch with zero expectations, and I ended up lovingit. Unlike most Rollin films, this one is not slow paced, and has avery engaging script, with some surprisingly likable characters andmany twists and turns. It is a...
I thought that this was a good vampire film. When they were children,Catherine and Hélène swore blood oaths that they would always love eachother and, whomever died first, the other would follow. It wasCatherine who was first to go. She was laid to rest in the Valmontcrypt underneath the family ca...
"The Living Dead Girl" is generally considered one of Jean Rollins'more accessible efforts and the prime jumping-in place by no less anauthority then Fangoria magazine. Initial reaction? I liked it, kindof. It's not hard to see why the filmmaker has a cult following. Hemixes copious female nudity, b...
No doubt the lovers of the genre will absolutely love the start of thismovie and prepare themselves for lots of more great and fun things tocome. However this doesn't ever really happen, which in the long runmakes this movie a bit of a disappointment.It's funny how the French seemed to be 10 years b...
Even with this being the first and only Jean Rollin movie I've watchedso far (and having viewed a couple of trailers from his other efforts),I feel like I already have a pretty good idea of what this Frenchmanstands for. While Rollin clearly is in the same league that produces –what many call &...
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