From Italian director Pupi Avati (THE HOUSE WITH LAUGHING WINDOWS) Zeder combines the aesthetics and atmospherics of the Giallo feature with those of the zombie movie in a slickly presented horror thriller.
When Stefano, a young novelist is given a vintage typewriter as a birthday present, he discovers that the machine’s ribbon contains the writings of a scientist proposing the existence of ‘K-Zones’, places where the dead can actually rise from their graves.
Stylish, creepy and downright chilling, Zeder is the perfect movie for lovers of 80s Italian exploitation
Audio Commentary by Kim Newman
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