Win The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue on DVD

“A couple (Ray Lovelock and Cristina Galbo) travelling along the English countryside stop to get directions from a pair of Ministry of Agriculture workers who are testing an experimental device designed to drive crop-damaging insects into killing each other. While they plan their next stop, a man who has been dead for several days attacks–to be followed shortly thereafter by a full-scale zombie invasion–which could very well be a result of the agriculturist’s distribution of ultrasonic radiation. A macabre, atmospheric Spanish-Italian co-production featuring extremely convincing performances and a haunting score by Giuliano Sorgini. The second half of the film contains enough gut-munching gore scenes to satisfy most horror fans, leading to an unexpected and eerie finale. Jorge Grau’s film is a seminal entry in the Italian zombie genre and gained notoriety when it was banned as a ‘video nasty’ in the early 1980s.”

The Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue

We have a couple of copies of The Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue to give away thanks to the good people at Optimum Releasing. To be in with the chance of winning one, simply email your answer to the following question to mail@gorepress.com with the title “Win a DVD”.

Which hospital was used for the external shots in the movie?

  • a)Barnes Hospital, Cheadle
  • b)Manchester Royal Infirmary
  • c)Withington Community Hospital

Please note, this is the UK Region 2 release. The closing date of the competition is the 24th June 2010.